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124Hector M GonzalezCorpus Christi , TXUnited StatesThe best Latin Baseball PlayerJul 24, 2017
123JOHN NESTORYOUNGWOOD, PennsylvaniaUnited StatesTO HONOR THE LEGACY OF THE GREAT ONEJul 24, 2017
122Jim WhalenPittsburgh, PAUSAJul 24, 2017
121Joseph RadzwillHouston, TexasUnited StatesTo honor a true pioneer and hero.Jul 21, 2017
120Randall McGeeWellsburg, West VirginiaUnited StatesBecause he's the greatest player the Pirates ever hadJul 20, 2017
119Susan PetersonCheektowaga, New YorkUnited StatesThe number should be retired because he was a one of a kind baseball player.Jul 20, 2017
118Ivan EsparzaBartlett, IllinoisUnited States60103Jul 20, 2017
117Samantha WallaceJul 20, 2017
116Nicholas AtkinsonPittsburgh, PA15237Jul 20, 2017
115Justin ObringerBaltimore, MarylandUnited StatesRoberto played the game with reckless abandon to HOF statistics and lived his life the same way in the name of others. Jul 20, 2017
114David PohlitEldersburg, MarylandUnited StatesHe was a great baseball player, a terrific human being, a hall of famer, a humanitarian, had a cannon for an arm, and a leader on his team.Jul 20, 2017
113Dave AtkinsonPittsburgh, PA15237GREATEST ever. Jul 20, 2017
112Michelle AtkinsonPittsburgh, PAUSABecause he was a wonderful player and fantastic humanitarian and person. Jul 20, 2017
111Harry TateOverland, MissouriUnited StatesHe paved the way for Latino ballplayersJul 20, 2017
110Adam SembowerRockwood, PAUnited StatesJul 20, 2017
109Justin GiffordBoyers, PAUnited StatesHe is one of the best ball players of all time Jul 20, 2017
108Shmully LitvinLOUISVILLE, KYUnited StatesI got 3000 reasons, and they went down in a tragic crash, the humanitarian, the player, the trailblazer...Jul 19, 2017
107Hank KaminskiPittsburgh, PaUsaBecause he was the Great OneJul 19, 2017
106Matthew LikovichSalisbury, MarylandUSAJul 19, 2017
105Michael RecorOlympia, WaUSAJust because he is who he is. Fantastic ball player and fantastic human being. Is hall of famer. Was wonderful person.Jul 19, 2017
104Isaac HorstmanAlbuquerque, New MexicoUnited StatesClemente was a true hero. He was a great person and a very likeable guy.Jul 19, 2017
103Edward PancoastAUSTIN, TXUnited States78749Jul 19, 2017
102Marianne SpampinatoJohnstown, PAUnited StatesHis career and life set a standard to emulate; he paved the way for Latino players.Jul 19, 2017
101Lanny McKeeganImperial, PAUnited StatesHe was a man on the field and off. A man to look up to.Jul 19, 2017
100Korey LuciowPittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIAGreat humanitarian, Great Ballplayer, Helped lead the way for Latin ballplayers into Major League Baseball Jul 19, 2017
99Leslie GesellPittsburgh, PaUSABesides being an amazing, caring, honorable man, he did for the Latin American players what Jackie Robinson did for the African American players.Jul 19, 2017
98Michael OechsleinPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaUnited StatesJul 19, 2017
97Todd EllisKalamazoo, MIUSAFor his grace and compassion for others, and for his revered place in Latin American Beisbol.Jul 19, 2017
96George HackettPittsburgh, PAUSAWhat he means to Latin America Jul 19, 2017
95Kent StahlmanSuffolk, VirginiaUnited States23434Jul 19, 2017
94Donna De SantisBethel Park, PAUSAJul 19, 2017
93John DixonCamp Hill, PennsylvaniaUnited States17011Jul 19, 2017
92Chip GillilandBeaufort, scUnited States29902Jul 19, 2017
91Mark WallaceClearwater, FLUnited States33759Jul 19, 2017
90Rebecca LeePittsburgh, PAUSEJul 19, 2017
89Nelson Acosta Guaynabo , PRGreatest ball player in and out the park Jul 19, 2017
88Jacqueline CunningJul 19, 2017
87Brian GerberLancaster, PAUnited StatesHe is still everybody's hero. He was mine when I was 8 years old and saw him hit his 3,000th hit!Jul 19, 2017
86Jen GerberLancaster, PAUnited StatesThere will only ever be one Clemente. Jul 19, 2017
85Joe StengleinPgh, PAUnited StatesAs important to latinos as Jackie Robinson wasJul 18, 2017
84A. M. ButekoffPittsburgh, PAUnited States#21 has become synonymous with greatness - as an athlete; as a human being. Very few achieve that standard and they deserve their own number.Jul 18, 2017
83Kristy CherryBridgeville, PAUnited States“If you have a chance to accomplish something that will make things better for people coming behind you, and you don’t do that, you are wasting your time on this Earth,” Jul 16, 2017
82Jorge LedesmaGlendale, Arizona United States For what he did for latinosJul 16, 2017
81Chris PanchuraCamp hill, PaUSAFor his humanitarian efforts and his contributions to the game of baseball.Jul 16, 2017
80Carlos SantiagoSan Juan, Puerto RicoPuerto Rico00918Jul 14, 2017
79William L. ScottTampa, FloridaUnited StatesLike Jackie's #42, Roberto's #21 is one of universal perseverance and achievement both on and off the Baseball field helping others.Jul 13, 2017
78Thomas KeddyChicago , ILUSARespect. Honor. Legacy.Jul 13, 2017
77Richard SmithOil City, PAUnited StatesGreat baseball person and humaritian.Jul 13, 2017
76Ted CurranOil City, PennsylvaniaUnited States16301Jul 12, 2017
75Austin CoullCorsica, PennsylvaniaUSA Legend Jul 12, 2017
74Charles RickettsPittsburgh, PAUSABecause he was one of the greatest players of all time.Jul 11, 2017
73Shawn CepkoWinston salem, North CarolinaUnited States27107Jul 10, 2017
72Danny RehakEast Earl, PennsylvaniaUnited States17519Jul 10, 2017
71Jorge GarciaSaint Cloud, FLUnited States34772Jun 24, 2017
70Mark KlineJun 23, 2017
69RANDY GARCIACHERRY HILL, NJUnited StatesHe is still my all time favorite baseball player. Now that I know the family and how great they are, I could just imagine how great of a person he was. I love him and still pray for him every new year's day. I miss him so much. Being a Latino It would mean the world to me. GraciasMay 17, 2017
68Eduardo Márquez SuárezHollidaysburg , Pennsylvania USAHe gave it ALL he had Greatest human being die for social justice Apr 14, 2017
67Justin SlySeattle, WashingtonUnited StatesNot only an amazing ball player but, an amazing human being. Apr 14, 2017
66Arturo AguayoArcadia, CaliforniaUnited StatesHe was more than just a great baseball player... His legend exceeds his throwing arm, hits, championships or MVP award.Apr 01, 2017
65Russell SchmidtNew Kensington, PennsylvaniaUnited StatesClemente was not only a brilliant baseball player. Off the field, as a humanitarian, he was every bit the equal of Jackie Robinson. For the Latino player, he was Jackie Robinson.Mar 27, 2017
64Brian SouleButler, PAUSABecause Clemente was one of the greatest baseball players of all time and a humanitarian who gave his life to help others.Jan 21, 2017
63Michael F. PitschCambridge,, WisconsinUnited StatesHe was one of a kind. The broke the mold after him.Jan 04, 2017
62Paul MouckRoyersford, PaUnited statesGreat baseball player, better humanNov 15, 2016
61Edwin ColonJax , FlUSaBecause of his humanitarian Jan 02, 2015
60Benito LopezOswego, New YorkHe was better than RobinsonNov 28, 2014
59Ethan CallahanStover, MissouriUnited StatesRoberto Clemente was more than a ballplayer, he was a man who deserves the highest honor imaginable.Nov 13, 2014
58Jarrett Riveralilburn, GeorgiaUnited Statesbecause Clemente was more than just a player, he was an amazing person as well! Clemente is a way better player than Jackie Robinson! Jackie was a black guy that speaks English! Now Clemente was a black Hispanic that speaks Spanish! meaning Clemente had to deal with the fact he was black & Hispanic as well!Oct 24, 2014
57Don WeeksOct 01, 2014
56Herbert BushNorth Windham, CTUnited StatesOne of the great ambassadors of the game both on and off the field,Oct 01, 2014
55Bill SchwalbSan Francisco, CaliforniaUnited StatesRoberto Clemente was a human being of exceptional compassion. And a hell of a ballplayer.Sep 19, 2014
54Alexa GarciaBridgeport, CTUSANot only was he an amazing ball player but he was a humanitarian and his dearth only proved that. He was the first Latino player to open the door for the others that followed. His life has inspired me so deeply that I named my first son after him! Latinos have contributed to our society but the recognition is not there. Let's recognize his greatness. Sep 13, 2014
53Mark HoneyMinnetonka , MinnesotaUnited StatesGreat baseball player and humanitarian!Sep 06, 2014
52ROBERT HILLJAMAICA NY, NYUSAAug 29, 2014
51Raymond RiveraChestnut Ridge, New YorkUnited StatesA great baseball player and model to young children. He was very charitable to the poor and those in need...Aug 26, 2014
50Emmanuel TorresFort Lauderdale, FloridaUnited StatesAug 23, 2014
49Steve RamerEmmaus, PAUSAAug 22, 2014
48Delia MercadoLake mary, FlAug 02, 2014
47Darius LopezHumacao, PRPuerto RicoHis story has been told all over the world, but there are still people that can beniffit from his teachingsAug 02, 2014
46Derick KellyMilwaukee, WI53211Roberto's impact on society and baseball especially for the Latin community is inmeasureable. Retiring #21 gives him a proper recognition that he deserves, just like it did for Jackie and his #42. Retiring these two numbers doesn't take anything away from either one.Jul 21, 2014
45Hector ColonDavenport , FlUSA21Jul 19, 2014
44Angel padillaOrlando , FloridaUnited Statesthe number is legendaryJul 18, 2014
43Elizabeth Morales-CarreroOrlando, FloridaUnited StatesThat should not use by anybody else.Jul 18, 2014
42Celina NavarroLeesburg, FLUSAHe was unique human being and great baseball player and that was the iniciative to remove the number.Jul 18, 2014
41Magda Ivette TorresOrlando, FloridaUSAHis success as a Hspanic beisball player and extraordinary human nature.Jul 18, 2014
40Francis M PerezKissimmee, FloridaUnited StatesRoberto Clemente was and still is an inspiration in our lives, that number will be a keeper in his honor pride.Jul 17, 2014
39joshua PEREZBRONX, New YorkUnited Stateshis accomplishmentsshould be on it why he did on and off the fieldJun 29, 2014
38Mel EberleSt. Louis, MissouriUnited States1st Latin in the Hall of Fame.....the Latino Jackie Robinson. Tough for him....color of skin & not speaking English. RETIRE #21 !!!!!!!!! Jun 09, 2014
37Ken RatnerNew York, NYUSAHe was far more than a great baseball player. Roberto was humanist to the core, who risked and ultimately gave his life in order to help those in need. Let us honor his legacy by retiring number 21.May 25, 2014
36Colin JarosCranford, New JerseyUnited StatesHe was a geat person and ball playerMay 24, 2014
35Trevor McNamaraWestfield, NJUSAHe was a great player and person who should always be remembered.May 24, 2014
34Kathy McLaughlinBaltimore, MDUSAMay 24, 2014
33Eva VazquezColumbia, MOUSARoberto Clemente was and has been the greatest Hispanic baseball player and humanitarian. Clemente's humanitarianism is honored every year by the MLB. Every year the MLB player who "best exemplifies the game of baseball, sportsmanship, community involvement and the individual's contribution to his team" is awarded the Roberto Clemente Award.May 22, 2014
32EVELYN MORALRS CASTELLANOCAROLINA, PRUSHE'S AN INCREDIBLE BASEBALL PLAYER AND FINEST HUMANITARIANMay 20, 2014
31Derrick WallBethesda, MD20814B/c of his contributions beyond the diamond.Mar 23, 2014
30Bernardo LacayoMar 19, 2014
29Marta GarciaNYUSAMar 07, 2014
28Marcos MelendezBronx, NyUSAHe opened the doors to ALL Hispanic players in MLBFeb 22, 2014
27Tina SalvaFreehold, New JerseyUSAClemente opened the door for other Latino baseball players because of his excellence in baseball and as a person.Feb 04, 2014
26Jonathan FernandezBronx, NyUSAHis stats should say it allFeb 03, 2014
25Adrian ColonFeb 02, 2014
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