Today was a historic day in the United States, Cuba and in Major League Baseball. The Tampa Bay Rays visited the Cuban National Team for a game. The Rays won the game 4-1.

It marked the first time since 1999 that a major league team had played in Cuba. President Obama was also on the trip, marking the first time since 1928 that a U.S. President has gone to Cuba.

There are several ramifications of this baseball game. First off, the hope is that the game can help establish potential normal relations between the two countries, which have had strained relations since the 1960s.

But there are also Cuban-Americans who do not agree with the visit. The game was treated as a celebration, and it's hard to celebrate the Castro Regime that has caused so much distraction in Cuba.

We brought in Jorge Sedano today, who has a unique perspective. The ESPN Radio host is Cuban-American and gave us his opinion.