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A photographic look at Sunday's Blue Jays pregame jersey retirement ceremony at Rogers Centre

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Former Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Roberto Alomar acknowledges the crowd at a ceremony to retire his number 12 jersey, before the Blue Jays MLB American League baseball game against the Texas Rangers in Toronto July 31, 2011. Alomar is the first Blue Jays player to be inducted to the Baseball Hall Of Fame and have his jersey retired by the team. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill

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Roberto Alomar comes onto the field for a ceremony to retire his number 12 jersey. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill

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Roberto Alomar waves to the crowd as he walks accross the pitch with his father Roberto Snr (right) and mother Maria (center right) as his shirt is retired ahead of Texas Rangers Toronto Blue Jays MLB baseball action in Toronto on Sunday July 31, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

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Roberto Alomar gestures to the crowd as his number is retired ahead of Texas Rangers - Toronto Blue Jays MLB baseball game in Toronto on Sunday, July 31, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

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Former Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Roberto Alomar watches a banner unfurl during a ceremony to retire his number 12 jersey. REUTERS/Mike Cassese

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Former Toronto Blue Jays player Roberto Alomar (12) thanks former manager Cito Gaston (43) in a ceremony to retire his number before the game against the Texas Rangers at the Rogers Centre. Tom Szczerbowski-US PRESSWIRE

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Roberto Alomar (centre) gestures to the crowd as he stands with his father Roberto Sr.(right) and mother Maria as his number is retired. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

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Roberto Alomar (left) walks through the home dugout after a ceremony in which his number was retired. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

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Former Toronto Blue Jays player Roberto Alomar (12) has his number 12 retired in a ceremony before the game against the Texas Rangers at the Rogers Centre. Tom Szczerbowski-US PRESSWIRE

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Toronto Blue Jay Otto Velez talks to Roberto Alomar, middle, and his brother Sandy Alomar Jr. in Anaheim in 1977. Credit: Toronto Blue Jays Scorebook Magazine, Courtesy of Louis Cauz.

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