Historical Roberto Clemente Milestones
Roberto Clemente is a name that baseball fans will never forget. Clemente was a right fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1955-1972. During his playing career, Roberto was one of the game’s finest players accumulating 3,000 hits, 240 home runs, driving in 1,305 runs, and posting a career batting average of .317. In 1972 Clemente tragically passed away in a plane crash while delivering aid to earthquake victims in Nicaragua.
Over the course of Roberto Clemente’s career he was selected to 15 All-Star Games and won 12 Gold Glove Awards. Clemente won four National League Batting Titles and the 1966 National League MVP Award in a season where he hit 29 home runs and drove in 119 runs. This Hall of Famer led the Pirates to two World Series titles, even winning the 1971 World Series MVP Award. Major League Baseball honors Clemente’s legacy every year by awarding the Roberto Clemente Award to the player who best displays sportsmanship, community service, and positive contributions to their team.
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