It was another home run for the Roberto Clemente Museum thanks to guest of honor Manny Sanguillen. The former Pirate still has a legion of fans who came to pay tribute to him during the 14th annual museum fundraiser and to celebrate a new wing. More than 270 guests filled all three floors of Engine House 25 in Lawrenceville Thursday night as they mingled with the Clemente family including Roberto'swidow, Vera, his son Roberto Jr., former Pirate pitcher Steve Blass as well as museum founder Duane Rieder.
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