Dick Groat, a celebrated baseball and basketball player, died at the age of 91.

He won the National League MVP award in 1960, the same year the Pirates won the World Series.

Groat played for multiple teams during his 14-year MLB career, earning two Gold Glove awards.

He also played college basketball and was the first overall pick in the 1952 NBA draft.

Groat was a respected shortstop and a skilled hitter, finishing his career with a .286 batting average.

He was known for his leadership and was a five-time All-Star during his career.

Groat had a successful post-playing career as a college basketball broadcaster and golf course owner.

His legacy extended beyond sports, as he was also a respected businessman and philanthropist.

Groat was beloved by fans and former teammates, who remember him as a true gentleman.

His contributions to sports will be remembered for generations to come.