The Roberto Clemente Award is MLB’s annual recognition of the players who best represent baseball through extraordinary character, in which they value community participation, philanthropic work and positive contributions, both on and off the field, to honor to the humanitarian legacy of the late Hall of Famer.
On this occasion we will review the Latinos nominated for the award given by the Major Leagues in its 2021 edition.
Since his arrival in Detroit, Miguel Cabrera has been a perennial collaborator in both education and sports for children in the city and even in some Florida communities, especially through his foundation that bears his name.
Salvador Pérez’s popularity has made fans of the Kansas City Royals value him as a loyal contributor to the communities. This work has made the mask an idol beyond its sporting achievements.