1950 Central American and Caribbean Games
Cuba, managed by Oscar Reyes, bounced back from 1946's performance to go 7-0 and take Gold. They edged 1946 Gold Medalists Colombia by a 2-1 margin only. Sandy Amoros was the star, hitting 6 home runs in 7 games while batting .370.
Nicaragua was 4-3 and won Bronze.
Colombia fell from first last time to 4th here with a 4-3 mark.
Costa Rica went 3-4 to place 5th.
El Salvador lost by only one to Cuba but otherwise was not competitive, going 2-5.
Honduras was 1-6 to tie for last.
Guatemala did not benefit much from home field advantage, going 1-6 to tie for last.
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