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  1. Cle·men·te, Roberto
    • 1. (1934–72), US baseball player; born in Puerto Rico; full name Roberto Clemente Walker. An outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates 1955–72, he was a four-time National League batting champion. He was killed in an airplane crash on his way to bring aid to Nicaraguan earthquake victims. Baseball Hall of Fame (1973).

    • (1874–1955), US baseball player and coach; full name John Peter Wagner; known as the Flying Dutchman. Joining the National League in 1897 and playing shortstop for the Pittsburgh Pirates 1900–1917, he was noted for his hitting and base stealing. Baseball Hall of Fame (1936).
    • (born 1964), US baseball player; full name Barry Lamar Bonds. The winner of seven National League Most Valuable Player awards (1990, 1992, 1993, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004), he played for the Pittsburgh Pirates 1986–1992 and the San Francisco Giants from 1993. In 2007, he eclipsed the home run record (755) of Hank Aaron.
    • (1940–2001), US baseball player; full name Wilver Dornell Stargell. With the Pittsburgh Pirates 1962–82, he was noted for his hitting ability. Baseball Hall of Fame (1988).
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