On the other side of the state, in eastern Pennsylvania, the Roberto Clemente Charter School, in Allentown, is named in Clemente's honor.
The city of Miami, Florida named Roberto Clemente Park in the Hispanic neighborhood of Wynwood after him.
Major League Baseball presents the Roberto Clemente Award every year to the player who best follows Clemente's example with humanitarian work.
Roberto Clemente Walker (August 18, 1934 – December 31, 1972) was a Major League Baseball right fielder and right-handed batter.
Long-time broadcaster Tim McCarver called Roberto Clemente "the greatest right fielder of all time."
In 1952, Roberto Clemente was spotted by a scout from the professional hardball team in the Puerto Rican town of Santurce and offered a contract.
Two Connecticut cities honor Roberto Clemente with parks named after him: Hartford's Colt Park ball field and Bridgeport's Seaside Park.
Puerto Rico honored Roberto Clemente's memory by naming the huge sports stadium in San Juan Coliseo Roberto Clemente and a baseball stadium in his native city, Carolina, Estadio Roberto Clemente.
Today this sports complex is called Ciudad Deportiva Roberto Clemente (Roberto Clemente Sports City).
The City of Pittsburgh maintains Roberto Clemente Memorial Park along North Shore Drive in the city's North Side.