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Retired numbers

Luis Gonzalez - #20

Luis GonzalezLuis Gonzalez is the franchise's all-time leader in nearly every offensive category after an eight-year stint with the D-backs from 1999-2006. Gonzalez leads all D-backs' players in games played (1,194), hits (1,337), doubles (310), home runs (224), walks (650), runs (780), RBI (774), at-bats (4,488), total bases (2,373), slugging percentage (.529) and on-base percentage (.391). The outfielder represented Arizona in the All-Star Game in 1999, 2001-03 and 2005 and is most remembered for hitting a game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game 7 of the 2001 World Series to give the D-backs their first World Championship.

Gonzalez compiled a .283 batting average, 2,591 hits, 354 home runs and 1,439 RBI for six teams during a 19-year career from 1990-2008. With his 596 career doubles ranking 15th in baseball history, he is one of only 17 players in Major League history to collect at least 2,500 hits, 500 doubles, 350 home runs and 1,000 RBI.

Jackie Robinson - #42
  • In 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first African American man to play in the Major Leagues.
  • Number retired throughout baseball in 1997.
  • Played for Brooklyn Dodgers from 1947-56.
  • From his Baseball of Hame Plaque: "Leading NL batter in 1949. Holds fielding mark for second baseman playing in 150 or more games with .992. Led NL in stolen bases in 1947 and 1949. Most Valuable Player in 1949. Lifetime batting average .311. Joint record holder for most double plays by second baseman, 137 in 1951. Led second baseman in double plays 1949-50-51-52."
  • Robinson's career stats »