The Clemente Museum

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The Roberto Clemente Museum is a private American museum honoring Roberto Clemente (1934–1972), the Major League Baseball right fielder of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Hall of Famer.

It is located at 3339 Penn Avenue in the former Enginehouse No. 25, on Doughboy Square, in the Lawrenceville section of in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The museum, which opened in 2007, is operated by Duane Rieder with support from the Clemente family. It features thousands of items of Clemente memorabilia, including professional sports photography, Clemente family snapshots, old uniforms, gloves, balls, bats, and seats from Forbes Field.


  • Diana Nelson Jones (2007). Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Clemente Museum brightens Lower Lawrenceville outlook. Retrieved July 23, 2007.
  • Diana Nelson Jones (2007). Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Slideshow of the Clemente Museum. Retrieved July 23, 2007.

External links

  • Clemente Museum - official site
  • Society of American Baseball Research BioProject biography of Clemente

Coordinates: 40°27′45″N 79°58′04″W / 40.4625°N 79.9678°W / 40.4625; -79.9678

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