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__ 1954 __

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__ 1955 __

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__ 1956 __

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__ 1957 __

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__ 1958 __

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__ 1959 __

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__ 1960 __

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__ 1961 __

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  • _Sat_Jul 15_
    • Lester J. Biederman: "Clemente Revives Pirates: 4-Run Blast Beats Giants 1960 Style; Champions Surge From 4-1 Deficit To Gain 6-4 Nod" The Pittsburgh Press (Saturday, July 15, 1961), pp. 6 and 7
  • _Tue_Aug 15_
    • Cleon Walfoort: "Clemente New Kind of Bat Champion," The Milwaukee Journal (Tuesday, August 15, 1961), pp. 10 and 11

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__ 1962 __

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_ 1963 __

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_ 1964 __

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* Published simultaneously under Schuyler's name on page 8 of The Lewiston Daily Sun as "N.L. Respects Bucs' Clemente".

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_ 1965 __

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  • Thu_Apr 15

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_ 1966 __

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  • _Tue_Aug 23_
    • Dick Couch (AP): "Clemente Waves Banner for Spanish-Speaking Players: Don't Get Due Recognition,'" The Sarasota Herald-Tribune (Tuesday, August 23, 1966), p. 15 (The fact the accompanying photo selected by the Herald-Trib copy editor does not, as claimed, depict Clemente, but rather his teammate, friend and protege, Willie Stargell, illustrates Clemente's point to a tee, albeit somewhat more literally than intended.)
  • _Wed_Aug 24_
    • Win Fanning: "Pittsburgh's Aglow in 'Summer Sounds,'" The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Wednesday, August 24, 1966), p. 37 (Musical tour of Pittsburgh features a Forbes Field segment - scored to a Bartok-influenced arrangement of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" - which climaxes with footage of Clemente's June 5 opposite field 500-footer over the right-centerfield wall.)

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_ 1967 __

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  • _Tue_Nov 28_
    • Win Fanning: "Mike Todd's Story to be TV Special," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Tuesday, November 28, 1967), p. 37 "Pirate stars Roberto Clemente and Maury Wills will be in ... All Star-Celebrity Softball Game..."
    • "TV Today: Celebrities, Big Leaguers Play Softball" The Milwaukee Sentinel (Tuesday, November 28, 1967), Page 8, Part 1
    • "TV Critic's Choice," The Washington Post (Tuesday, November 28, 1967), p. B6 "A free substitution rule has been installed. Pitchers for the all-stars [sic] are Dale Robertson, James Garner and Steve Allen. When trouble develops, it is settled by Eddie Feigner, known as the 'King of Softball'."
    • "Worth Watching," The Kentucky New Era (Tuesday, November 28, 1967), p. 3 "A reliever strikes out Mays, McCovey, Howard, and Clemente tonight... The reliever is Eddie Feigner..."
  • _Wed_Nov 29_
    • Percy Shain: "Baseball's Dead: 'All Star-Celebrity Game'," The Boston Globe (Wednesday, November 29, 1967), p. 35 "Although the stars were composed of top major leaguers while the Celebs were naught but puny actors to rely on, it was no runaway. In fact, the 'all' team had to come from behind to win it, 6 to 5, with a three-run burst in the sixth. But that was mainly because whenever the weaklings got into trouble, they called upon the fabulous Eddie Feigner to bail them out. Widely known as the 'softball king,' Feigner's dazzling array of stuff (sometimes delivered between his legs) was striking out the likes of Willie Mays, Harmon Killebrew, Willie McCovey (all in a row), [Frank] Howard, and Maury Wills, among others."
    • "Clemente Bucs' Representative," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Wednesday, November 29, 1967), p. 30

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_ 1968 __

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  • Thu_Apr 18
  • Tue_Apr 23
    • Charley Feeney (Continued from Page 18): "Big Lesson For Moose," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Tuesday, April 23, 1968), p. 20
  • Fri_May 17
    • Al Abrams: "Cardinals No 'Match' for New Buc Bats, 3-0; Clemente Triple Drives in 2 Runs, Veale Whiffs 13; Stargell Accounts for Other RBI As Pirates Collect Eight Hits," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Friday, May 17, 1968), pp. 22 and 24
    • Mike Recht (AP): "Cards Sorry Roberto Missed Bat Burning," The Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star (Friday, May 17, 1968), p. 5
  • Wed_May 22
    • Milton Richman (UPI): "Sports Parade," The Hendersonville Times-News (Wednesday, May 22, 1968), p. 8
  • St_Jun 08
    • (Post-Gazette Photo): "That's Our Roberto," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Saturday, June 8, 1968), p. 10

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_ 1969 __

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  • Sat_Aug 30
    • Charley Feeney: "Oliver's Double Sinks Astros in 10th, 4-2; Bucs Nick Knuckler, End Skid; Patek's Single Ties Game, 2-2," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Saturday, August 30, 1969), pp. 6 (last 2 paragraphs) and 7

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_ 1970 __

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  • Sat_Feb 28
  • Wed_Sep 02
    • Special To The Press: "Brunet Gives Pirates Fast Shot-In-Arm," The Pittsburgh Press (Wednesday, September 2, 1970), pp. 57 and 58

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_ 1971 __

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  • Thu_Sep 23
  • Tue_Oct 05

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_ 1972 __

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_ 1973 __

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  • Sun_Jan 21
    • John Brockman: "The Brock's Corner: Sarasotans' Treasure Clemente's Friendship" The Sarasota Herald-Tribune (Sunday, January 21, 1973), p. 1C and 5C
  • Mon_Feb 12
    • Bill Christine: "Playing Games: Clemente's Elegy," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Monday, February 12, 1973), p. 23
    • Gary Mihoces (AP): "Steel City Mills Are Turning Out Hollywood Tinsel," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Monday, February 12, 1973), p. 9 & 10 (Non-appearance in "Odd Couple" recalled; Universal Pictures plans TV movie.)
  • Sat_Apr 07
    • Jimmy Jordan: "Misty Scene: Bucs Retire No. 21," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Saturday, April 7, 1973), pp. 7 and 10
  • Mon_Apr 16
    • Bill Christine: "Roberto," The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Monday, April 16, 1973), p. 29
  • Thu_May 10

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  • Sun_Mar 17
    • Harry Missildine: "Bragan Returns: It's Festive; A Rapid-Fire Career, Bobby; Willie Was Getting the Message; The Lineup is the Manager's Job," The Hendersonville Times-News (Sunday, March 17, 1974), p. S1

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