The percentage was 28.3, down from 28.4% last year, when the active limit expanded from 25 to 30 during the pandemic before resetting at the new normal of 26 this year.
The percentage was a record 29.8 in 2017, then dropped to 29% in 2018 and 29.5% in 2019.
Puerto Rico had the fourth-highest total at 18, followed by Mexico (11), Canada (10), Japan (eight), Colombia (six), Curaçao (five), South Korea (four), Panama (two), and Aruba, Australia, Bahamas; Brazil, Germany, Honduras, Netherlands, Nicaragua and Taiwan (one each).
Miami shortstop Jazz Chisholm became the first Bahamian-born player on an opening day roster since MLB started keeping records.
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