Five MLBbros were recently nominated for one of the most prestigious honors in baseball, the Roberto Clemente Award.


This award annually recognizes “the player who best represents the game through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field,” according to


5 Bros Nominated For Roberto Clemente Award


The nominees are Aaron Judge, Tony Kemp, Josiah Gray, Marcus Stroman, and Hunter Greene.


While these players have had success on the field, the work they have done off the field has not gone unnoticed.To even be mentioned as a nominee for this award just let’s you know that the MLB has a lot of respect for these players for the work they do off the field and in the community.


The last MLBbro to win this award was Curtis Granderson in 2016 when he was a member of the New York Mets. Fellow MLBbro Andrew McCutchen won the award a year prior with Pittsburgh.


Let’s take a look at each of these five MLBbros who were nominated and the work they’ve done throughout their career.


Aaron Judge


Judge has certainly evolved into one of the league’s top players and one of the best power hitters in the game. 


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Aside from his performance on the field, he is active in Brooklyn and his hometown of Linden, California. 


His ALL RISE Foundation was created in 2018 and has helped more than 2,000 children in those communities. The organization has a mini-grant program that helps pay for registration and helps with transportation to leadership conferences.



He also holds baseball camps as well.


Tony Kemp


Kemp has played for multiple teams throughout his career, and he has still been able to find time to give back and support the community. He is on the Player’s Committee of the Player’s Alliance, and he also has supported numerous initiatives. 



One in particular is the +1 Effect campaign, which aims to combat social injustice through individual campaigns.


Josiah Gray


Gray has wasted no time making an impact after joining the Washington Nationals in 2021. The all-star is the player ambassador to the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy.


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In that role he helps with fundraising efforts and serves as a mentor to the participants in the program. Gray has quickly become a fan favorite in the nation’s capital, and he’ll look to keep making an impact on and off the field.

Marcus Stroman


Stroman has been a workhouse ever since he entered the league.


He’s a player who leaves it all out on the field when he plays and he makes sure to give that same energy off the field.



His Height Doesn’t Measure Heart foundation speaks volumes to who he is as a player and person.


Stroman’s foundation provides opportunities for young people facing adversity. No matter what team he’s playing for, he’s going to find a way to help make an impact in the community.


Hunter Greene


In his young MLB career, Greene has wasted no time being a face in the community. He holds an annual camp called the Hunter Greene Baseball Camp, and he also does cleat giveaways and has discussions with the youth.


When he has the time, Greene makes sure that he is giving back to the community any way he possibly can.


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We want to congratulate our five MLBbros for the nomination and come October, we may have another one of our bro’s be honored with this significant award.


Fans can vote for the nominees using this link, and they will have until October 1 to vote.


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