Roberto Clemente and the 10 Strongest Arms in Pittsburgh Pirates History

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Roberto Clemente and the 10 Strongest Arms in Pittsburgh Pirates History
Courtesy of espn.com

Professional baseball has been in Pittsburgh since 1876. Since then, the Pirates have had their share of legendary teams and players.

Pirate players like Willie Stargell, Ralph Kiner and the Waner brothers were known for their clout at the plate along with their ability to stroke the ball for average.

Doug Drabek, Bob Friend and Wilbur Cooper were known for their ability to mow opposing batters down on the mound.

Other players were known for their ability to field their positions, and in this case throw runners out with their rocket arm.

Here are the 10 strongest arms in Pittsburgh Pirate history:

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