BY: SHUBHAM

16 Sep, 2022

On Roberto Clemente Day, the Rays create history by opening the league's first all-Latino lineup

On Roberto Clemente Day, the Rays create history by opening the league's first all-Latino lineup

The Tampa Bay Rays played a unique game on Thursday against the Toronto Blue Jays

The Rays fielded the first all-Latino starting lineup in MLB history on Roberto Clemente Day

Players from Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Venezuela, and Mexico

Were among the nine players on the Rays' starting lineup

To pay homage to the famous Clemente, they all donned No. 21 without a name on the back

Clemente had an incredible MLB resume and was a Hall of Fame player

Clemente accumulated 3,000 hits during the course of his 18-year

18-year career with the Pittsburgh Pirates, played in 15 All-Star games

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 Won four NL batting titles, won two World Series, and was selected as the 1966 NL MVP

At the age of 38, Clemente passed away in 1972