Roberto Clemente, Jr., kissing his father’s picture (via) On This Day in Pittsburgh History: August 17, 1965 Baseball broadcaster and former pro Roberto Clemente, Jr. is born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is the oldest of three sons fathered by Pittsburgh Pirates legend Roberto Clemente, the first Latin American player to record 3,000 hits and enter the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. (via)
One of Puerto Rico's finest, Roberto Clemente. A true humanitarian...and a great baseball player who died bringing a plane full of aid goods to central America in 1972. He won the world series MVP award in 1971.
Recalling a Hero: Roberto Clemente Walker: Puerto Rican professional baseball player. Major League Baseball right fielder, played 18 seasons for Pittsburgh Pirates (1955 through 1972). Wikipedia https://www.rebelmouse.com/TookTheCollar/