Roberto Clemente State ParkThe park opened in 1973 as the Harlem River Park and was renamed after Clemente, the first Latino-American inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The annual Roberto Clemente Week celebrates the famed baseball player's life with a series of special events at the park.
On This Day in Pittsburgh History: July 1956 At Forbes Field against the Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates star Roberto Clemente hits Major League Baseball’s first (and to date, only) walk-off inside-the-park grand slam.
VIDEO: News conference on dumping at Brentwood park- Residents, officials demand answers from Town of Islip regarding illegal asbestos dumping at Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood Originally published: May 2014 AM
View of PNC Park from the Roberto Clemente Bridge The view into PNC Park from the Roberto Clemente Bridge, which spans the Allegheny River between the park and downtown Pittsburgh. 12 of 12 PreviousNext
Photo Tour of PNC Park - Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates
(Left to Right) A groom at a wedding at St. Stanislav Church in Pittsburgh; a happy couple, just married, at Roberto Clemente Park in Pittsburgh, a wedding cake at a wedding at the Fox Chapel Racquet Club.
Islip selects contractor to renovate pool at park
Islip selects contractor to renovate pool at Roberto Clemente Park