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In 2004, Carlos Delgado, then of the Toronto Blue Jays, drew jeers in some parks after he decided he would remain in the dugout during the playing of "God Bless America," a tradition that began in Major League stadiums after the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Delgado objected to the U.S. invasion of Iraq and used the gesture to protest the war. (AP Photo/Jim Rogash)

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Former baseball player Carlos Delgado, of Puerto Rico, speaks to journalists after announcing his retirement in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday April 13, 2011. The two-time All-Star played 17 major league seasons, finishing with 473 home runs and a .280 batting average. He played for the Blue Jays from 1993-2004, went to the Florida Marlins for a season and finished out his career with the Mets from 2006-2009. Delgado stopped playing in the majors in May 2009 and had two hip surgeries in nine months. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)

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Former baseball player Carlos Delgado, of Puerto Rico, and his son Carlos Antonio laugh during a press conference where Delgado announced his retirement in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Wednesday April 13, 2011. The two-time All-Star played 17 major league seasons, finishing with 473 home runs and a .280 batting average. He played for the Blue Jays from 1993-2004, went to the Florida Marlins for a season and finished out his career with the Mets from 2006-2009. Delgado stopped playing in the majors in May 2009 and had two hip surgeries in nine months. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)

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FILE - This is a 2009 file photo of Carlos Delgado of the New York Mets baseball team. Delgado has given up on coming back from a hip injury, announcing his retirement from baseball two years after he was sidelined. The former New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays first baseman announced his decision at a news conference in his native Puerto Rico on Wednesday, April 13, 2011. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)