Roberto Clemente: Pride of the Pittsburgh Pirates
Simon and Schuster, 4 mar. 2008 - 40 páginas
On an island called Puerto Rico, there lived a little boy who wanted only to play baseball. Although he had no money, Roberto Clemente practiced and practiced until--eventually--he made it to the Major Leagues. America! As a right-fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, he fought tough opponents--and even tougher racism--but with his unreal catches and swift feet, he earned his nickname, "The Great One." He led the Pirates to two World Series, hit 3,000 hits, and was the first Latino to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. But it wasn't just baseball that made Clemente legendary--he was was also a humanitarian dedicated to improving the lives of others.
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Pittsburgh PirateReseña de usuario - BookHunterEG - Borders
This is a good biography of a great baseball player as well as a lovely, charitable human being. *Wonderful black & white and color illustrations in this biography make Roberto Clemente’s life story ... Leer reseña completa
ROBERTO CLEMENTE: Pride of the Pittsburgh PiratesReseña de usuario - Kirkus
Growing up in Puerto Rico, Roberto Clemente dreamed of playing baseball. Too poor for regulation equipment, he hit soup cans with a tree branch. In spite of his obvious talent, throughout his career ... Leer reseña completa