Dave's Awards and Honors Summary:
1952 - Polio Survivor.
1964 - Final Year of Little League.
1971 - Signed Pro Contract with Pittsburgh Pirates Organization.
1972 - Graduated Corning Community College.
1974 - Ithaca College Graduate in School of Physical Education.
1975 - Fireman of the Year as the top relief pitcher for the Indianapolis Clowns.
1977 - Inducted to the Corning-Painted Post Hall of Fame.
1981 - Selected to the Swedish Elite Baseball League All-Star Team as a pitcher.
1984 - Became Owner of the Indianapolis Clowns.
1996 - Worked with Team USA at the Atlanta Olympics.
1996 - Received a national Giant Steps Award for coaching.
1996 - Founder of Swedish Little League.
1997 - Named Manager in the Swedish Elite League All-Star Game.
1999 - Received the National Heroes of Sports Award.
1999 - Pitching Coach Atlanta Braves.
2001 - Received the Corning Community College Distinguished Alumni Award.
2002 - Inducted into the Ithaca College Hall of Fame.
2008 - Published "Diamond in the Rough" The Dave Clark Story, As told to Roger Neumann.
2010 - One of the "150 Heroes: People in Sports Who Make This a Better World" by Richard Lapchick.
2011 - Bo Jackson Courage award winner, presented by the Pitch & Hit Club. 2011 - Launched the Dave Clark "Pulling Each Other Along" award.
2011 - Paul Harris Fellow award winner, presented by The Rotary International.
Dave is currently a motivational speaker, envoy coach for Major League Baseball International, and radio analyst for the Florida Everblades. For more information go to the Dave Clark Baseball website: www.DaveClarkBaseball.com or call 607-329-0010.