Kacy Clemens, son of seven-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens, is going to be following in his famous father's footsteps.
Not as a member of the Houston Astros, but as a Texas Longhorn.
"It was great to hear his name called and always an honor to be selected," Roger Clemens told the Houston Chronicle. "His sights will be set on the 'The University...
The sons of Roger Clemens, Craig Biggio and Andy Pettitte were among the players selected on the final day of the Major League Baseball draft Saturday.
Kacy Clemens, a Texas high school right-handed pitcher, was taken by the Houston Astros in the 35th round - 34 rounds later than his famous father went 30 years ago to Boston as the 19th overall pick.
Cavan Biggio, a Houston-area...
A judge has ordered lawyers for Roger Clemens to turn over government documents in a New York civil case that relate to allegations that the baseball legend cheated on his wife.
A judge ruled last week that the documents must be produced in response to a defamation lawsuit in federal court in Brooklyn. They include 22 FBI reports and notes from an Internal Revenue Service agent...
Via AP on Fox
23 days ago
While the sports world is speculating about whether or not a 50-year-old Michael Jordan could compete in today’s NBA, 7-time Cy Young Award winner competed today with major leaguers [insert joke here about Astros being a AAA team] in a 20 minute session in Kissimmee, Florida as the Astros prepare for their Grapefruit League opener.
Credit: Karen Warren, Houston Chronicle
The relationship between Roger Clemens and the Houston Astros continues to be a close one. Clemens did spend three seasons pitching for the Astros (2004-2006), but he remains tied to his hometown MLB team with his role as special assistant to general manager Jeff Luhnow.
Clemens showed up at Astros camp in Kissimmee, Fla. on Tuesday, and while he did say that he intends to throw...
Roger Clemens is disappointed, but not surprised he wasn't voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, the legendary pitcher said on Twitter Wednesday.
"After what has been written and said over the last few years I'm not surprised," Clemens' note read. "Thanks to all the teams I've worked with and the fans and friends for all the fantastic letters, voicemails...
Roger Clemens is returning to the Houston Astros, but definitely not as a player this time.
Clemens, 50, who briefly played for the Sugar Land Skeeters last summer and indicated he was interested in a return to the big leagues, will join the Astros as something of a pitching mentor, the Houston Chronicle reported.
"We've got the whole calendar mapped out and we're...
Roger Clemens turned 50 on August 4. We’re pretty sure Nike didn’t have 50-year-olds in mind when they created the “Don’t Sweat My Swag” shirt that Roger was spotted wearing – IN PUBLIC – a couple weeks ago. You can buy this model at Champs Sports for only $19.99. As for the swag around his thick neck, no word on how much that’ll cost you. Texas hat? Probably another...
ROCKET'S OLD GLARE
You haven't seen the last of 50-year-old Roger Clemens on the mound, as the Rocket announced he will once again take the mound for the Sugar Land Skeeters on Sept. 8.
The Houston Astros are putting themselves out there in regards to pitcher Roger Clemens.
As the 50-year-old apparently ageless wonder prepares to throw down with the Sugar Land Skeeters on Saturday, the Astros are working on a contingency plan that plays with the notion of Clemens coming back to a MLB mound.
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