PITTSBURGH -- The Cubs will host a reception for Hispanic business, civic and community leaders and invite more than 1,000 youth to the Sept. 23 game to celebrate Roberto Clemente Day, part of Hispanic Heritage Month, which begins Sunday.
The youth invited to the game against the Pirates at Wrigley Field will be from Hispanic community groups.
Omar Duque, president of the Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, will throw out a ceremonial first pitch before the game as well.
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