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Pittsburgh Pirates

All Time First Baseman

Willie Stargell

1962 - 1982

2360 games, 475 home runs, .282 batting average

The Pirates all-time home run, RBI and extra base hits king, "Pops" also ranks in the franchise's top 10 in games, at bats, runs, hits, singles, doubles and total bases. A seven time All Star during his 21 year career, Stargell was the NL's co-Most Valuable Player Award in 1979 along with the MVP of the World Series that year. His number 8 was formally retired in 1982.


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Manager Danny Murtaugh
First Baseman Willie Stargell
Second Baseman Bill Mazeroski,
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Center Fielder Max Carey
Right Fielder Roberto Clemente
Catcher Jason Kendall
RH Pitcher Dock Ellis
LH Pitcher John Candelaria
Closer Roy Face

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