Roberto Antonio Petagine Guerra
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 1", Weight 170 lb.
Roberto Petagine was a big star in Japan and in the U.S. minors who also played seven seasons in the U.S. major leagues. His tenure in the major leagues was marked by low batting averages but many walks and good power. In 1993, he led the Texas League with a .334 batting average, 84 walks, and .442 on-base percentage, to take the first of three minor league MVP titles.
During his six years in Japan (1999-2004) he hit 223 home runs. After Japan he came back to the U.S. for his last two major league seasons, after not playing at that level from 1999 to 2004.
- 1993 Player of the Year Texas League Jackson Generals
- 1997 MVP International League Norfolk Tides
- 1998 MVP International League Indianapolis Indians