On October 1, 1967, Roberto Clemente’s Major League Managerial Career: Here it is, ladies and gentlemen, all one day of it. Filling in for interim manager Danny Murtaugh, Clemente puts up stratospheric – if statistically insignificant – numbers as Pittsburgh’s player-manager. Joe Curcio of the Pittsburgh Press reports: “Baseball’s only undefeated ‘manager’, Roberto Clemente, climaxed his greatest season ever by smashing his 23rd homer, a triple and driving in three runs while managing the Bucs before 28,244 fans on Prize Day.”