Confronting Barriers - New Levels

As Latin athletes continue their success on the playing field, their inclusion at all levels of the game, from scouts to managers, from GMs to owners, aids the flow of Latin baseball talent.

Jersey worn in 2005 by San Francisco manager Felipe Alou, the all-time wins leader among Latin managers, who spent decades playing and managing at all levels of pro ball

Bat used in 2006 for the 400th career home run hit by Carlos Delgado, one of many Caribbean players acquired by New York Mets General Manager Omar Minaya, the first Latin GM in major league history

Sombrero given to Angels manager Mike Scioscia at a 2003 press conference by new owner Arte Moreno, a Mexican-American businessman and the first Latino major league owner