For all players, and particularly for players from Latin America, Roberto Clemente will always be a transformative figure.
He won four batting titles, 12 Gold Gloves, two World Series titles and a National League MVP award, plus he registered a .317 lifetime batting average.
Then just a few months after getting his 3,000th hit, Clemente was killed in a plane crash while delivering supplies to the victims of a devastating earthquake in Nicaragua. He was 38.
Just as Jackie Robinson's No. 42 has been honored by MLB, is it time for Clemente's No. 21 to be retired, for all teams and for all time?
Make your pick now!