Nationals players honored Jackie Robinson by wearing No. 42 on Monday.
The Friendly Confines
Flags bearing Jackie Robinson's No. 42 fly at Wrigley Field in Chicago during the Cubs-Rangers game on Tuesday.
(Left to right) Alberto Gonzalez, Alfonso Soriano, Anthony Rizzo and bullpen coach Lester Strode of the Chicago Cubs don their 42 jerseys as they head to the indoor batting cage before Tuesday's game against the Texas Rangers. As a Brooklyn Dodger, Jackie Robinson played in 93 games at Wrigley Field, hitting .295 with five homers and 43 RBI, while stealing 14 bases.
All the teams that didn't play on Monday's actual 'Jackie Robinson Day' donned uniforms with the No. 42 on Tuesday.
Milwaukee's Yuniesky Betancourt (No. 3 on helmet) hits his fourth career grand slam, earning a hug from Carlos Gomez at Miller Park on Tuesday. Jackie Robinson hit two grand slams in his career.
Is that Jim Leyland's brother?
A fan, dressed like the Tigers manager, holds a sign honoring Jackie Robinson prior to Seattle's home game against Detroit on Tuesday night.
Fans in Seattle enter Safeco Field under a sign honoring Jackie Robinson on Tuesday.
Donning 42, Kansas City's Jeremy Guthrie is about to deliver a pitch in Atlanta on Tuesday.
High-fiving in 42s
Colorado's Michael Cuddyer (left) scores a run and high-fives Chris Nelson in the first game of a doubleheader against the visiting New York Mets on Tuesday.
Celebrate good times
The Oakland Athletics high five after defeating the Houston Astros 11-2 at O.Co Coliseum on Monday.
A Minnesota Twins jersey in honor of Jackie Robinson Day against the Los Angeles Angels at Target Field on Monday.
A Los Angeles police officer is silhouetted as he looks on before the Los Angeles Dodgers host the San Diego Padres on Monday.
A new generation takes part in Jackie Robinson Day ceremonies with No. 42 jerseys before the San Diego Padres-Los Angeles Dodgers in LA on Monday.
Have some fun
Oakland Athletics outfielder Josh Reddick (left) throws a pie into the face of designated hitter Nate Freiman after the game against the Houston Astros on Monday. The As defeated the Houston Astros 11-2.
Robinson's widow, daughter on hand
Los Angeles Dodgers co-owner Magic Johnson (left) stands with the late Jackie Robinson's wife Rachel Robinson (center) and daughter Sharon Robinson during Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium on Monday. Players throughout the league wore No. 42 in honor of Robinson.
Ford readies for first pitch
Actor Harrison Ford (left) shakes hands with Los Angeles Dodgers' Matt Kemp during a Jackie Robinson Day ceremony at Dodger Stadium on Monday. Ford, who portrays Branch Rickey in the new film '42', threw out the first pitch before the Dodgers faced the Padres.
Moment of silence
Houston Astros players observe a moment of silence for the victims involved in an explosion at the Boston Marathon prior facing the Oakland Athletics on Monday.
Gift for a fan
Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp signs an autograph for a fan during Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium on Monday.
Honoring country, Jackie
Blue Jays players line up for the national anthem in Toronto before facing the White Sox on Monday. All MLB players wore No. 42 as part of Jackie Robinson Day.
Marathon tragedy casts somber tone
The Phillies' Ben Revere has a message on his glove as Philadelphia faced the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park on Monday. A pair of explosions at the Boston Marathon cast a somber shadow over the celebration of Jackie Robinson Day.
Snowed out in Denver
New York Mets pitcher LaTroy Hawkins poses in the snow before a scheduled baseball game against the Colorado Rockies on Monday. The game was canceled on Jackie Robinson Day.
A Philadelphia Phillies coach stands next to a sign honoring Jackie Robinson in Cincinnati on Monday.
Honoring the victims
Mark Trumbo of the Los Angeles Angels stands during the national anthem on Monday following a moment of silence to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
A sign commemorating Jackie Robinson Day is illuminated at Rogers Centre in Toronto as White Sox players Matt Thornton (left) and Alex Rios (right) talk during batting practice on Monday. All uniformed team members are wearing jersey No. 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day.
Washington Nationals left fielder Tyler Moore (left) greets Jayson Werth (right) after scoring a run in the first inning against the Miami Marlins at Marlins Park on Monday. The Nats won 10-3.
Ready for action
Pirates pitcher Justin Wilson warms up on deck as Pittsburgh takes on the St. Louis Cardinals in Pittsburgh on Monday. All players on both teams wore No. 42 in memory of Jackie Robinson.
Right on target
Norman Berman, 84, who was a Brooklyn Dodgers ballboy during Jackie Robinson's rookie season, celebrates after throwing out a ceremonial first pitch before the Miami Marlins face the Washington Nationals.
Honoring a legend
Tampa Bay's Ryan Roberts (right) tags out Boston's Jarrod Saltalamacchia at second base to end the seventh inning at Fenway Park on Monday in Boston. The Red Sox squeaked out a 3-2 victory.
Boston's Shane Victorino fouls a ball off a checked swing in a 3-2 win against Tampa Bay on Monday. All uniformed team members are wearing jersey No. 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day.
Take a moment
Boston's Dustin Pedroia looks on prior to wearing his honorary jersey in Monday's game. The Red Sox beat the Rays 3-2.
So close ...
Tampa Bay's Matt Joyce fails to catch a hit by Boston's Stephen Drew at Fenway Park on Monday. The Red Sox won 3-2.