Roberto Clemente and his legacy

February 12, 2016


Roberto Clemente was a phenomenal baseball player, but he was an even better person.

A 15-time All-Star, World Series Champion, MVP and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient, Clemente was a pioneer for Latin American athletes.

He spent much of the offseason doing humanitarian work in Latin America, and was renowned for his off-the-field generosity.

On December 31, 1972, Clemente died in a plane crash while doing charity work following an earthquake in Nicaragua.

His death transcended baseball, and his legacy is still part of the game today.

Clemente was a hero in every sense of the word, and more than deserves a film that highlights his remarkable life.

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