Luis Gonzalez is the Diamondbacks leader in numerous offensive categories: games played, hits, home runs, and runs batted in.
Now, Gonzo will be the first player in D-Backs history to have his number retired, as his Number 20 will be retired in a pre-game ceremony August 7 against San Diego.
Behind his game-winning hit to win the 2001 World Series, which can be seen here, this is probably one of the sweetest moments of his career.
In a career that spanned 19 seasons, Gonzalez hit .283 with 2,591 hits, 354 home runs and 1,439 RBIs while playing for six teams.
The D-Backs actually changed their usual team policy to retire the number. Usually the team required a player to be selected for the Hall of Fame before his number was put to rest.
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The organization felt it was appropriate to abandon the number for Gonzalez, however, who is now a special assistant to club president Derrick Hall.
Still, the announcement isn't a surprise considering Gonzo is one of the most popular players in the franchise's 13-year history.
Along with pitchers Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling, nobody had more of an impact on the D-Backs than Gonzo.
And speaking of that dominant duo, Johnson and Schilling should be the next two numbers to be hoisted into right field.