Clemente Award finalists include six Hispanic players
MIAMI -- Since 1972, Major League Baseball annually has presented an award which recognizes the player who best exemplifies the game of baseball, displays sportsmanship, takes an active role in his community and makes a significant contribution to his team. It is not by chance that the award is named after Roberto Clemente, the Pittsburgh Pirates' Hall of Fame right fielder who exhibited all of those qualities and whose spirit and goodwill made him one of baseball's best ambassadors.
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