On the occasion of commemorating the 44th anniversary of the death of the distinguished Puerto Rican player Roberto Clemente, the baseball academies of the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua paid tribute to the memory of this Latin American baseball player who expressed his love and solidarity with the Nicaraguan people in the face of the catastrophe occurred by the 1972 earthquake.
This well-deserved tribute was presided over by comrade Enrique Armas Rosales, Vice Mayor of Managua, who praised the solidarity and appreciation that Roberto Clemente had for the Nicaraguan people; He also pointed out that this distinguished player lived in Managua for almost a month, shortly before the earthquake, because he was the coach of the Puerto Rico team in the 1972 Baseball World Cup.
The commemorative act was held in the square of the Roberto Clemente children's stadium, located in the Luis Alfonso Velásquez Flores park, where the children and adolescents of the children's baseball teams paraded to impose floral offerings on the mural dedicated to the Puerto Rican baseball player.
Asimismo, en esta ceremonia también se premiaron a los campeones de las ligas de béisbol en sus diferentes categorías.[vc_images_carousel images=”7233,7234,7235,7236,7237,7238,7239,7240,7241,7242″ img_size=”large”]