HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

HISPANIC HERITAGE

MONTH

Throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, the Major League Baseball Players Association will be honoring baseball’s Hispanic Heritage. Throughout Major League Baseball history, close to 2,000 players of Hispanic descent have been featured on a big league roster. Today, they make up more than 30% of the league's talent; a number that continues to soar on season-to-season basis. The impact each Hispanic major league player has had on their team, is one that cannot be measured. 

With Latino talent at an all-time high, fans have been lucky to witness future Hall of Famers, All-Stars, rookie phenoms and overall premiere talent that have taken the field. In order to recognize the growing presence of Hispanic Heritage in the baseball community, the MLBPA has designed 30 graphics that depict iconic images of the baseball cities, crafted with the last names of the each Hispanic Player on the team.

Players with Latin American roots have and continue to play a vital role in shaping the way baseball is enjoyed around the world.

*Rosters as of 2019 All-Star
Washington

Washington

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Milwaukee

Milwaukee

Cleveland

Cleveland

San Francisco

San Francisco

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Arizona

Arizona

Chicago

Chicago

St. Louis

St. Louis

Atlanta

Atlanta

Toronto

Toronto

Oakland

Oakland

Houston

Houston

New York

New York

Chicago

Chicago

Minnesota

Minnesota

Detroit

Detroit

Kansas CIty

Kansas CIty

Colorado

Colorado

Boston

Boston

St. Louis

St. Louis

Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay

Texas

Texas

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

Philadelphia

Philadelphia

San Diego

San Diego

Baltimore

Baltimore

Miami

Miami

New York

New York

Seattle

Seattle

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