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This Day in Baseball History
September 1, 1971 > The Pittsburgh Pirates field the first all-black starting nine in Major League history. The lineup, which includes two future Hall of Famers in Roberto Clemente and Willie Stargell, helps the Pirates defeat the Philadelphia Phillies, 10-7, at Three Rivers Stadium.