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Were there any Hispanic baseball players better than Roberto Clemente in or before the years he played?

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2004-09-30 19:31:23
2004-09-30 19:31:23

I always believe that baseball is won with pitching. Therefore I think Juan Marichal should be considered alongside Clemente, but obviously this in no way diminishes Clemente's impact on the game.

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