Roberto Clemente Walker

About Roberto Clemente Walker (August 18, 1934 – December 31, 1972) was a professional baseball player and a Major League Baseball right fielder. He was born in Carolina, Puerto Rico, the youngest of seven children. Both in Latin America and Pittsburgh he is revered for his great play and charity work.

Roberto Clemente Puerto Rico

About Roberto Clemente early years in Puerto Rico. Roberto was born in Carolina, Puerto Rico to Melchor Clemente and Luisa Walker. He was the youngest of seven siblings, having five brothers and one sister.

Roberto Clemente Baseball

About Roberto Clemente's Early Baseball Career - Clemente’s professional career began when Pedrín Zorilla offered him a contract with the Santurce Crabbers of the LBBPR. He was a bench player during his first campaign, but was promoted to the team’s starting lineup the following season.