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Roberto Clemente collected more hits (1,877) than any other Major Leaguer during the 1960's. (AP)
All-time leaders & stats
With 3,000 career hits, Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente ranks first in Pirates' history and the top 25 overall in Major League history. Take a look at Roberto's impressive career numbers and see where he ranks in other offensive categories.
1979 "We Are Family" Champions
With the Sister Sledge tune as their anthem, and led by season co-MVP Willie "Pops" Stargell, the '79 Pirates battled back from a three-games-to-one deficit in the World Series, to reign as Champions once again. Go >
Use the timeline to trace Pirates history, from the Waner brothers to Ralph Kiner to Roberto Clemente. Go >
Awards and Honors
All-time Rosters
Every player to wear a Pirates uniform is listed here, including Honus Wagner. Go >
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Great Moments in Pirates History:
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• Pirates Win 1971 World Series: Watch »
• Clemente's 3,000th Hit: Watch »
• Candelaria's No-Hitter: Watch »
• Pirates Win 1979 World Series: Watch »
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Stats and Records


 Career Home Runs
1. W. Stargell 475
2. R. Kiner 301
3. R. Clemente 240

 Career Saves
1. R. Face 188
2. K. Tekulve 158
3. M. Williams 140
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