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After the regular season was over, Roberto returned to Puerto Rico as the greatest sports hero in all of Latin America. He was not only a great player on the field, but also an even Greater person off the field. He won fame and money through baseball, but never forgot that most people in Latin America were poor. He always told his family that he had a duty to help those who had not been as lucky as he had been. During the off-season that year, Roberto volunteered to manage a baseball team of young Puerto Ricans. While he and his team were staying in Managua, Nicaragua, Roberto heard about a fourteen-year-old boy named Julio. He had lost both his legs in an accident, but had no money for artificial legs. Roberto arranged to get them for Julio. Roberto went to see him and told him that he would be able to walk again. It was usual for Roberto to give a helping hand to people like Julio.

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レギュラーシーズンが終わったあと、ロベルトはラテンアメリカの全てで最も偉大なスポーツ・ヒーローとしてプエルトリコに戻りました。 彼は、フィールドで偉大なプレーヤーであるばかりでなく、フィールドを離れた時さらに偉大な人でもありました。 彼は野球を通して名声とお金を獲得しましたが、ラテンアメリカのほとんどの人々が貧しいことを決して忘れませんでした。 彼は、自分ほど幸運ではなかった人々を助ける義務があると常に家族に話しました。 その年シーズンオフの間に、ロベルトは若いプエルトリコ人の野球チームをボランティアで運営すると申し出ました。 彼と彼のチームがニカラグアのマナグアに滞在していた時、ロベルトはフリオという名の14才の男の子のことを耳にしました。 彼は事故で両足を失いましたが、義足を買うためのお金がありませんでした。 ロベルトは、フリオのために義足を買うように手配しました。 ロベルトは彼に会いに行って、彼が再び歩くことができると彼に話しました。 ロベルトがフリオのような人々に援助の手を差し伸べることは、よくあることでした。

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