Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates

Meet Roberto Clemente: Pittsburgh's Baseball Legend

View of PNC Park from the Roberto Clemente Bridge  The view into PNC Park from the Roberto Clemente Bridge, which spans the Allegheny River between the park and downtown Pittsburgh.  12 of 12  PreviousNext

Photo Tour of PNC Park - Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates

View of PNC Park from the Roberto Clemente Bridge The view into PNC Park from the Roberto Clemente Bridge, which spans the Allegheny River between the park and downtown Pittsburgh. 12 of 12 PreviousNext

Statue of Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh, PA - There are statues of the Pirates Hall of Famers at various points around PNC Park.  This is Roberto Clementes  statue.  Its by the center field gate, with the Roberto Clemente Bridge nearby. The base of the statue has a baseball diamond on it.  The three bases are clear squares containing dirt from three fields where Clemente played: Santurce Field in Carolina, Puerto Rico, Forbes Field, and Three Rivers Stadium.

Statue of Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh, PA - There are statues of the Pirates Hall of Famers at various points around PNC Park. This is Roberto Clementes statue. Its by the center field gate, with the Roberto Clemente Bridge nearby. The base of the statue has a baseball diamond on it. The three bases are clear squares containing dirt from three fields where Clemente played: Santurce Field in Carolina, Puerto Rico, Forbes Field, and Three Rivers Stadium.

This statue of Roberto Clemente stands outside the Center Field entrance at PNC Park in Pittsburgh.

Photo Tour of PNC Park - Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates

This statue of Roberto Clemente stands outside the Center Field entrance at PNC Park in Pittsburgh.

Roberto Clemente Park - Inclusive Playground

Roberto Clemente Park - Inclusive Playground

General View of the Roberto Clemente statue at PNC Park in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Clemente played for the Pirates from 195572

General View of the Roberto Clemente statue at PNC Park in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Clemente played for the Pirates from 195572

The Roberto Clemente Bridge going from downtown Pittsburgh to PNC Park (home of the Pittsburgh Pirates)

The Roberto Clemente Bridge going from downtown Pittsburgh to PNC Park (home of the Pittsburgh Pirates)

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