Texas Rangers teammates from Puerto Rico, Iván "Pudge" Rodríguez and Juan "Igor" González were among baseball's best players in the 1990s.
Bat swung by Iván Rodríguez on October 1, 1999 for his 35th home run of the season, at the time a new mark for catchers, en route to winning the American League MVP Award
Chest protector worn by Pudge Rodríguez in 1998, the year he earned his seventh consecutive Gold Glove, an award he won 13 times in his career
Bat used by Juan González during a major league record-tying 35-RBI April in 1998, on the way to his second MVP award in three years
Bat used by Puerto Rican slugger Carlos Delgado to hit four homers in four consecutive at-bats for Toronto, September 25, 2003
Wearing this jersey on June 17, 2009, playing against the Texas Rangers, Astros catcher Iván "Pudge" Rodríguez caught his record 2,227th game, putting the 19-year veteran ahead of Carlton "Pudge" Fisk in games behind the plate.
San Francisco pitcher Jonathan Sánchez wore this cap during his July 10, 2009 no-hitter against the Padres. This ball is also from the Puerto Rican flame-thrower's gem that included only one San Diego base runner, who reached on an error.
On July 9, 2013, Chicago White Sox outfielder Alex Ríos smacked this ball for a fifth-inning single, one of his six hits in six at-bats. The Puerto Rican-American tied the AL record for most hits in a nine-inning game with that performance.