Minister of Labor and Social Security Roberto Hernandez of Venezuela

Roberto Hernandez was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on January 17, 2007.
At 42, Roberto Hernandez Is (Finally) Considering RetirementPosted: Aug 20th 2007 7:21AM by Larry Brown (author feed)Filed under: Los Angeles, Dodgers, NL West1 Heading towards the end of what's been a lengthy, and mostly successful career, Roberto Hernandez is conceding the fact that there are some aspects of today's game that he doesn't like.
Hernandez said he learned how to pitch because teammates such as Carlton Fisk, Ozzie Guillen and Bobby Thigpen were tough on him early in his career.
Then again, just the fact that Hernandez has hung on this long is impressive.
Today Hernandez is active in a number of social causes, including environmental conservation, the World Monuments Fund, and the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard.
According to Gotham Baseball, Roberto Hernandez is the guy the Yankees would like to get.
It was in 1989 when Hernandez was traded to the Chicago White Sox.
Hernandez had four appearances in the American League Championship Series and was able to pitch four scoreless innings.
With the Giants, Hernandez had appeared in three games of the National League Division Series in a game against the Florida Marlins.
Hernandez was a member of the CELA negotiating committee.
Roberto Hernandez is a professional baseball player.