Someone needs to tell El Presidente that he shouldn't brag before the games are played.
In El Nuevo Herald the Spanish language version of the Miami Herald, Castro said, "No tenemos miedo a nada, con nosotros va a ser muy difícil en cualquier terreno competir... muy difícil... ni en pelota quieren competir con Cuba."
Which roughly translates to: We aren't afraid of anybody. It will be difficult to compete with us anywhere. Very difficult. Nobody in baseball wants to compete with Cuba.
There are a lot of ellipses in the quotes because Castro's speech lasted around two hours.
If you run "Fidel Castro" through the Babelfish translator, you get "Fidel I castrate".