Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with an exhibit at The Paley Museum marking the 50th anniversary of Roberto Clemente’s induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Witness the defining moments of Clemente’s magnificent career as you delve into a collection of rare photographs, stirring videos, and authentic artifacts.
Beyond his on-field achievements, Clemente’s profound influence reached far and wide. Leveraging his fame, he instilled hope and inspired change in underserved communities worldwide, leaving behind a lasting legacy as a compassionate humanitarian that continues to motivate us decades after his historic career.
This exhibit begins when you enter Forbes Field, the ballpark where the great Pittsburgh Pirates right fielder played from 1955 to 1970. It pays homage to Roberto Clemente’s extraordinary life, presenting a compelling timeline that traces his journey from humble beginnings to his posthumous induction into the hallowed halls of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.