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Former Yankees ace Roger Clemens cried after World Series bat incident?

What you probably didn't see was Clemens's reaction after the incident. And, according to former Yankees manager Joe Torre, The Rocket was in tears. "Mel Stottlemyre, who was not coaching with us because he was in the hospital with multiple myeloma, was able to come out of the hospital and watch from my office," Torre recalled in SNY's "Like We Never Left." "George Steinbrenner was in there with him. After that half inning, Roger went into the office to see Mel, and Mel told me that he was crying [about] what had just transpired. Pitchers who have that passion, it leaks out all over the place. He went in there and he was devastated with the result of what had happened and was crying."
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Roger Clemens Fast Facts

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Red Sox History: Roger Clemens first start and Brayan Bello’s debut

Roger Clemens’ Red Sox’s debut was flat. Now it is Brayan Bello’s turn. The next great Boston Red Sox pitcher will arrive for his first MLB start against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays can hit so that the test will be good for Brayan Bello, a 23-year-old righty with a blazing fastball. BSI has the Bello background well covered, and the hype is magnifying. Now a step back in time.

Roger Clemens is now a ‘DJ’ with a unique nickname

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Roger Clemens reveals his great DJ name

Roger Clemens is known as “Rocket” around baseball circles, but his family knows him by another nickname. Clemens joined NESN in the TV booth during Wednesday’s game between the Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers. Clemens was at his former team’s game so he could watch his son Kody’s team play.

Mets All-Time Villain: The case for Roger Clemens

It’s kind of amazing that there was one player to face the New York Mets in each of their World Series in 1986 and 2000. You know him. You’ve probably tried to dodge a broken bat he threw at you. It’s Roger Clemens. Clemens was a member...

Roger Clemens in Detroit for youngest son Kody’s MLB debut

DETROIT (WILX) - Former Cy Young winner Roger Clemens was on hand in Detroit Tuesday night to watch the Major League debut of his youngest son Kody. Kody played second base for the Tigers against the twins. Although he didn’t collect a hit, the 26-year-old was able to get a walk and make a couple of plays on the field.