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By Karl Hubenthal
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Lexington Park’s final game

September 1, 1956

Saint Paul, Minnesota

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”.. for the adults who had already selected their lot in life, Wrigley made the dreams of past innocence, lost wonder, and the promise that there was something inherently good still left in the world, come true.”

~Tee Morris

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By S.O., age 7

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1967
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September 17, 2014
Turner Field
Atlanta, Georgia
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September 17, 2014

Turner Field

Atlanta, Georgia

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1986

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Roberto Clemente’s glove, 1968-69

Rawlings Professional Model XFG 1

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I only noticed this image of Roberto Clemente painted on the wall at my daughter’s school this morning. [June 20, 2014]
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I only noticed this image of Roberto Clemente painted on the wall at my daughter’s school this morning. [June 20, 2014]

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Roberto Clemente, a fast man in the field, squeezed in a quick shave in the Pittsburgh Pirate dressing room, June 2, 1965, during a rain spell that interrupted the Pirates 4-0 victory over Philadelphia. It was the Pirates 12th straight victory, but at the time, the victory was still in doubt. That’s the meaning of the 12 and question mark Clemente squirted on the mirror with shaving cream. (AP Photo/Spencer Jones)
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Roberto Clemente, a fast man in the field, squeezed in a quick shave in the Pittsburgh Pirate dressing room, June 2, 1965, during a rain spell that interrupted the Pirates 4-0 victory over Philadelphia. It was the Pirates 12th straight victory, but at the time, the victory was still in doubt. That’s the meaning of the 12 and question mark Clemente squirted on the mirror with shaving cream. (AP Photo/Spencer Jones)

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