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Recalling a Hero: Roberto Clemente Walker: Puerto Rican professional baseball player. Major League Baseball right fielder, played 18 seasons for Pittsburgh Pirates (1955 through 1972). Wikipedia https://www.rebelmouse.com/TookTheCollar/

Recalling a Hero: Roberto Clemente Walker: Puerto Rican professional baseball player. Major League Baseball right fielder, played 18 seasons for Pittsburgh Pirates through

Score baseball card of father and son baseball players Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr., who both played for the Seattle Mariners.

Father and son baseball players Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr., who both played for the Seattle Mariners, on a baseball card. JR had the most beautiful swing!

Roberto Clemente, 1934-72, age 38, died in an airplane crash

An all-time great baseball player and even greater man. He died on New Years Eve 1972 when his plane carrying supplies to Panama crashed.

Can't remember why, but Willie Stargell was my favorite baseball player as a kid. My first trip to Cooperstown was the year he got inducted.

- Pittsburgh Pirates - Wilver Dornell "Pops" Stargell - Willie is a Hall of Fame Outfielder and Baseman. Tragically passed away in

Willie Stargell, Matty Alou, Roberto Clemente

Lot Detail - Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates "Seattle Times Archives" Original Photos (ST Archives Hologram/MEARS LOA) - Lot of 3

Roberto Clemente

Top 10 Most Famous People Who Died in Plane Crashes - Pouted Online Lifestyle Magazine

Hall of Fame outfielder Cool Papa Bell was born in Starkville in Mississippi.

James Thomas "Cool Papa" Bell (May 1903 – March was an American center fielder in Negro league baseball, considered by many baseball observers to have been one of the fastest men ever to play the game. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in

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