The Roberto Clemente Museum in Pittsburgh is a special place that all baseball fans should visit at least once. For owner and curator Duane Reider, maintaining the shrine to one of the game’s greats is a labor of love bordering on obsession. With many artifacts from the museum set to be on temporary display in Puerto Rico starting in January, here’s a brief look at the original place, housed in a converted old firehouse in the Lawrenceville section of Pittsburgh, home of Clemente’s Pirates.
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