From SI this morning
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2005/f ... index.html
Kendry Morales (First Base/Outfield, Class A, Angels): Cuba's top ball player, Morales' defection to America drew international attention in 2004. Baseball GMs lined up to throw offers Kendry's way, and when the offers settled, the Angels emerged victorious. Morales immediately signed a six-year, $10-million contract, which is about the best introduction to a free market system a former communist can ever hope to make. However, the attention this 1B/OF generated had a few drawbacks. Namely, visa problems that prevented Morales from joining the club at Spring Training. Now all the requisite immigration papers have been filed and he's been cleared to play. This big-boned switch-hitter introduced himself to American baseball fans by hitting a home run during his first at-bat. Morales is already on the 40-man roster and is considered Major League-ready. He could shoot up the Angles system very quickly.