Putting it simply, the Red Sox got rid of $275 million dollars worth of troubles….and got in return, a poor hitting first baseman, a pair of sneakers and a couple of jock-straps.
Roger Clemens raved about all the fun he had pitching at age 50 and putting smiles on the faces of Sugar Land baseball fans.
Five years after Roger Clemens’ last start the 50 year old righty is making his way back to the game.
Peter Gammons of MLB.com discusses the firing of Bob McClure, the Sox front office, and the return of Roger Clemens.
Roger Clemens’ playing days may not be over after all.
Roger Clemens took Friday night’s Red Sox-Braves game from the Green Monster seats, and heard it from the Fenway Park crowd when featured on the big screen.
Statistically speaking, there is zero debate as to whether Roger Clemens is worthy of induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Felger, Mazz, and Jermaine Wiggins continued the day talking about the NBA Finals, LeBron James, NBA officiating, and a little steroids in baseball.
Felger and Massarotti were joined by Jermaine Wiggins to discuss the not guilty verdict in the Roger Clemens perjury case and how steroid use will effect Hall of Fame voting.
Former Red Sox first baseman and MLB Network analyst Sean Casey joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh and Zolak on Tuesday afternoon to talk about the Red Sox struggles and the ‘toxic’ clubhouse.