The Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians will begin a two-game series in Puerto Rico on Tuesday with Carlos Beltran throwing out the first pitch.
The games will be played at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan.
"I threw out the first pitch in Houston on the day of the World Series ring ceremony, and I have to admit, I was kind of nervous," Beltran said. "Let me tell you something, since I retired, I have not picked up a bat or played catch, but I think I can still throw a little bit if I warmed up right."
Starting Monday and continuing through Wednesday, MLB and MLBPA will team up to commemorate the Puerto Rico Series with special events, ceremonies, project unveilings, school visits by the players and more.
The island is still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Maria.
"Being in Puerto Rico and understanding the situation and what the island has gone through in the last seven or eight months, it's good to see baseball back on the island," Beltran said. "I'm happy MLB is trying to make the most of the two games by helping people and letting them know they care and are not forgotten."