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mightyflynn:

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)
Text and photo via sportingnewsarchive

mightyflynn:

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)

Text and photo via sportingnewsarchive

beauxbatons:

when im dead sext me through a ouija board

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royals:

If you make a great sliding catch, you get a hat tip.

royals:

If you make a great sliding catch, you get a hat tip.

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prominentt:

lazy days ☁️☺️🌟
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prominentt:

lazy days ☁️☺️🌟
ig: anasoberon

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fknq:

weird
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fknq:

weird

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spottedjellyfish:

lol for the anon asking if i paint, I’m going through an organizing all my pictures on my new computer so here u go, almost 3 years ago to my senior year in advanced painting

spottedjellyfish:

lol for the anon asking if i paint, I’m going through an organizing all my pictures on my new computer so here u go, almost 3 years ago to my senior year in advanced painting

mileysarmpit:

loveandddrevenge:

golden veins forever

Whitney are you even real

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twinsbaseball:

Started from the bottom.

twinsbaseball:

Started from the bottom.

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“Why does everyone talk about the past? All that counts is tomorrow’s game.”

—   Roberto Clemente (via mightyflynn)
mets:

Looks like Travis d’Arnaud has been taking some diving lessons from Juan Lagares.

mets:

Looks like Travis d’Arnaud has been taking some diving lessons from Juan Lagares.

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mightyflynn:

Not only was [Roberto] Clemente a baseball player, he was also a Marine. Instead of playing winter ball in Puerto Rico during the 1958-59 off season like the rest of the league, Clemente enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, spending six years of military commitment as an infantryman. The rigorous conditioning and military training kept him in shape throughout the winter. Clemente remained in the Marine Corps until 1964, but this did not slow down his game. When the Pittsburgh Pirates started spring training for the World Series in 1964, however, the schedule conflicted with Clemente’s military commitment. The Pirates, supported by former state Senator John M. Walker, asked U.S. Senator Hugh Scott to consider Clemente for an early discharge so he would be able to participate in the World Series.

Read the rest: "Roberto Clemente: A Legacy Beyond Baseball" (The National Archives)

yankees:

Chase Headley is doing his best to honor Derek Jeter’s final game at The Trop. 

yankees:

Chase Headley is doing his best to honor Derek Jeter’s final game at The Trop. 

(via mlb)