On June 13 1967, “Clemente’s Rifle Wing Amazes Fans, Shoots Down Cardinals,” reads The Sporting News’s headline. Les Biederman adds: “The fans who take their baseball through the newspapers and via the scores on radio and television miss the thrill and excitement of watching all the skills of Roberto Clemente. It’s almost impossible to describe properly the tremendous arm and the magnetic glove possessed by the Pirate star. Ordinarily, Clemente shouldn’t have many assists because so few teams will take chances on his rifle arm. Last night, Clemente staged a dazzling show from right field against the Cardinals.” The Cards score all seven runs and gather 10 of their 14 hits in the first three frames off Woody Fryman. Clemente holds the score down by nailing two runners at the plate on miraculous assists, nailing Orlando Cepeda and Bobby Tolan at home in the first two innings innings, but Cepeda manages to outrun Clemente’s arm in scoring on a sacrifice fly by Dal Maxvill in the third, and Tim McCarver follows him home when the throw bounces away from catcher Jerry May. The Cards win, 7 – 5.