Baseball great Roger Clemens spent Monday re-living some memories as he watched his son Kacy play first base for Texas at the College World Series.
“I’m not going to lose any sleep over it,” Clemens said. “If those guys feel I deserve to be there, then I deserve to be there. If they feel I don’t, then that’s OK too.”
Nobody was happier about the Hall of Fame shutout than the Hall of Famers themselves.
For just the eighth time in history, no eligible candidates received the required 75 percent of votes to gain entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
For several years, baseball fans have argued whether Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa belong in the Hall of Fame.
Will Roger Clemens make a start for the Astros this season? Team owner Jim Crane says it’s still possible, the AP reports. Clemens, however, says it won’t happen.
Roger Clemens will pitch to his oldest son Friday when he makes his second start for the independent Sugar Land Skeeters.
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow told CBS Sports reporter Jon Heyman that he plans to have a scout watch Roger Clemens pitch for the independent Sugar Land Skeeters on September 7.
To the surprise of almost no one, Roger Clemens is poised to carry on with what looks like his attempted return to the big leagues.
SUGAR LAND (AP) – Roger Clemens is back on the mound at age 50, striking out hitters again. Clemens pitched Saturday night for the Sugar Land Skeeters of the independent Atlantic League. He faced Bridgeport […]
I competed against Lance in what was once the President’s Health Club Triathlon out by Lake Lavon in the late ‘80s and know his mom, Linda. I get that it’s just no longer worth it.
Five years after throwing his last pitch in a major league game, Roger Clemens spoke about his chances of getting into baseball’s Hall of Fame.