Roberto Clemente played his entire Major League Baseball career with the Pittsburgh Pirates, from 1955 to 1972.
Roberto Clemente played 18 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, from 1955 - 1972.
Roberto Clemente was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers as an amateur free agent in 1952, and played his entire career with the Pittsburgh Pirates 1955 -1972
In MLB, Roberto Clemente played for but one team, the Pittsburgh Pirates between 1955-1972.
Well he won his team 2 World Series because of his throwing arm.
Clemente showed an interest in baseball early in his life and would often play against neighboring barrios. He studied in Vizcarondo High School, a public school located in Carolina. During his first year in high school, he was recruited by Roberto Marin to play softball with the Sello Rojo team; Marin had taken interest in Clemente when he saw him playing baseball in Barrio San Anton. He was with the team two years, playing shortstop. Clemente joined Puerto Rico's amateur league whwhile there, he played for the Ferdinand Juncos team, which represented the municipality of Juncos.During the winter season of 1958-59, Clemente didn't play winter baseball in Puerto Rico; instead, he served in the United States Marine Corps Reserves. He spent six months in his military commitment at Parris Island, South Carolina and Camp LeJeune in North Carolina. In Camp Lejeune, he served as an infantryman.Although he served in the US Marine Corps Reserves, and was recruited to play softball in his first year of high school in Carolina, there is nothing really stating he finished high.
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Roberto Clemente was not drafted (the MLB draft began in 1965) but instead was signed as a free agent by the Brooklyn Dodgers prior to the 1952 season. He subsequently went to the Pirates as a Rule 5 draftee after the 1954 season.
He is in his second season with Turkish team Fenerbahce.