Found September 06, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
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You may wonder what Roger Clemens has been up to since that ill-fated Roger Clemens comeback attempt. Well, as you know he named all his kids with names that start with K. (OMG! How brilliant and clever! Because Roger Clemens got a lot of strikeouts! K! It works on so many levels!) Well one of those kids was recently dismissed from the Toronto Blue Jays organization, and he’s caught on (cuz he’s a catcher, get it? I know, the 7 o’clock show is completely different from the 11) in unaffiliated baseball. And Roger Clemens is just kicking back and taking it all in. I now turn it over to Bob Wirz: The father-son team of Roger and Koby Clemens continue to draw attention to the Atlantic League as the 51-year-old, who won 354 major league games and seven Cy Young awards, travels to some of the cities to watch the 26-year-old catcher with the Sugar Land (TX) Skeeters, based 30 minutes from their Houston-area home. “It’s all for my boys”, Roger Clemens told The Connecticut Post when he vis...
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