- 8x10 laminated photo collage
- Career achievements & stats
- Official Cooperstown Collection
- Officially Licensed by MLB
Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates 30th Anniversary Collage Photo & Stats
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 30th anniversary of Clemente's Hall of Fame Induction.