- 8x10 laminated photo collage
- Career Achievements
- Official Cooperstown Collection
- Offically Licensed by MLB
Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates Career Achievements 8x10 Photo Collage
In 1973, Roberto Clemente was the first Hispanic player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. He played in 12 All-Star games over the course of his 17 year career, tragically cut short by his death in a plane crash while he was heading to Nicaragua to help earthquake victims. He won 12 Gold Gloves, 4 National League batting titles and World Series MVP in 1971. His last hit, the 3,000th of his career gave him a lifetime batting average of .317. This Official Cooperstown Collection 8x10 Collage highlights the phenomenal career achievements of Roberto Clemente.