Found June 22, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Roger Clemens
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
The courts may have let Roger Clemens off the hook, but Red Sox Nation is an even tougher bunch of customers. Clemens made an appearance at Friday night's game against the Altanta Braves and was promptly booed when shown in his seat atop the Green Monster. Clemens, who was recently found not guilty of charges stemming from a steroid abuse case, spent 12 years in a Sox uniform from 1984-1996. During that time he won a Cy Young Award, an MVP Award and an All-Star MVP Award. Clemens won 192 games while playing for Boston. He then left for a...
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