Indy Ball Weekly Perspective: Skeeters sign MLB veteran Ryan Langerhans

Welcome to the latest edition of the Indy Ball Weekly Perspective Ryan Langerhans is returning to the Sugar Land Skeeters for the second time, according to a press release by the Sugar Land Skeeters. After spending part of 2013 with the Toronto Blue Jays' minor league affiliate, Buffalo Bisons, he appeared in 47 games for the Skeeters batting .287. In 150 at-bats Langerhans...
Via The GM's Perspective
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Roger Clemens just hanging out, watching a lot of Indy Baseball

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...
Via The Sports Bank
September 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Koby Clemens named to Atlantic League All-Star Team

Koby Clemens is in the midst of his ninth professional season. In over 849 games he has hit 116 home runs, driven in over 600 and sports a career .261 batting average. His career year came in 2009 when he pounded out 22 and drove in 123 for Lancaster and Corpus Christi; affiliates of the Houston Astros. The son of Rocket Roger drew headlines last year when he got the chance to...
Via The GM's Perspective
July 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Roger Clemens' son opts for Longhorns over Astros

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...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
June 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Koby Clemens to join Rocket Roger on Sugar Land Skeeters

The Sugar Land Skeeters are on top of the Independent baseball world.  As a first year organization things really couldn’t be going any better. The Skeeters are leading the league in attendance with nearly 400,000 through the turnstile after 60 games and are averaging 6,600 per game, also tops in the league.  Scott Kazmir is on the long road to MLB after dismal experience with...
Via The GM's Perspective
September 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Clemens' oldest son to catch his second start

SUGAR LAND, Texas (AP) -- Roger Clemens will pitch to his oldest son Friday when he makes his second start for the independent Sugar Land Skeeters. In a statement issued by the team on Wednesday, the seven-time Cy Young Award winner said having Koby Clemens as his catcher in an Atlantic League game against Long Island is "cool stuff." "Having Koby, my oldest son...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
September 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Son to catch Clemens

Mark Berman KRIV-TV Roger Clemens confirms to FOX 26 Sports that when he pitches for the Skeeters on Friday in Sugar Land, his son Koby will be his catcher. Koby was released earlier this week by the Toronto Blue Jays organization so he could take part in this remarkable moment with his father. "This is cool stuff," Roger Clemens said. "Having Koby (my oldest son...
Via Fox Sports Houston
September 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Son to catch Clemens in next start

Mark Berman (KRIV-TV) Roger Clemens confirms to FOX 26 Sports that when he pitches for the Skeeters on Friday in Sugar Land, his son Koby will be his catcher. Koby was released earlier this week by the Toronto Blue Jays organization so he could take part in this remarkable moment with his father. "This is cool stuff," said Clemens, the seven-time Cy Young award winner...
Via Fox Sports Houston
September 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Minor League Manager Loses It, Gives Third Base to Fan as Part of Second Career Famous Tirade

Mississippi Braves' then-manager Phillip Wellman's on-field tirade in 2007 was incredibly entertaining. Asheville Tourists manager Joe Mikulik's meltdown wasn't as impressive, but it may still bring a few laughs. His on-field performance began with just a little talk with the umpire, which turned to Mikulik throwing his cap and then giving third base to a fan. But...
Via NESN.com
July 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Koby Clemens banned from Winter League baseball after going AWOL

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Via Astros Daily
November 17, 2011  |  Discuss

Koby Clemens Banned from Winter League Baseball After Going AWOL

Roger Clemens’ 24-year-old son, Koby Clemens, was banned from winter league baseball last Wednesday.  Clemens, who has been in the Houston Astros farm system since 2005, had been playing winter ball with the Mayaguez Indians in Puerto Rico.  Last week, he abandoned the team without giving any reason for his departure.  According to a report [...]
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 17, 2011  |  Discuss

Report: Clemens' son bolts winter ball team, barred from international play

Koby Clemens, the son of pitching great Roger Clemens, has been barred from international play for abandoning his winter ball team in Puerto Rico last week. Primera Hora, a newspaper in Puerto Rico, reported that Clemens bolted the Mayaguez Indians without providing a reason. The team filed paperwork to bar Clemens - a prospect with the Houston Astros - from playing winter ball...
Via Pro Sports Daily
November 16, 2011  |  Discuss

Discussion: Potential minor league free agents of note

I’m going to focus on the external options here, as we’ve already reviewed the Phillies minor league free agents. You can check all minor league free agents using BA’s tracker here. I just picked out a few guys I find interesting. None of these guys are likely to be big time MLB contributors in 2012 or any time, for that matter, but they might be good depth guys who can fill...
Via Phuture Phillies
November 14, 2011  |  Discuss
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