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59 Facts About Roger Clemens
3. Roger Clemens has recorded a total of 2,590 strikeouts as a member of the Red Sox and 1,014 strikeouts as a Yankee.
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7. Roger Clemens is the spokesperson for Champion car dealerships in South Texas.
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8. Roger Clemens was calling his wife, Debra Godfrey, and a dropped call resulted in his return to the Yankees.
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11. Roger Clemens is shown playing an actual game with the Houston Astros in the film Boyhood.
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14. Roger Clemens told Mike Wallace that his longevity in baseball was due to "hard work" rather than illegal substances and denied all of McNamee's assertions that he injected Clemens with steroids, saying that they "never happened".
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15. On January 6, 2008, Roger Clemens appeared on 60 Minutes to address the allegations.
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17. Roger Clemens would find himself the point of minor controversy when it was revealed in the book The Yankee Years by Joe Torre and Tom Verducci that Clemens' bizarre pre-game ritual included soaking in extremely hot water then having the hottest possible muscle liniment applied to his genitals during his rub-down.
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20. Roger Clemens was a highly durable pitcher, leading the American League in complete games three times and innings pitched twice.
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22. Roger Clemens joined the Kansas Stars, a group of 24 retired major leaguers and his son Koby, to compete in the 2016 National Baseball Congress World Series.
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25. Roger Clemens pitched briefly in independent baseball in 2012, and made an appearance in the 2016 National Baseball Congress World Series.
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26. Roger Clemens pitched on a few occasions after retiring from Major League Baseball in 2007.
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27. Roger Clemens started game three of the 2007 ALDS against the Cleveland Indians, but left in the third inning due to injury.
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30. Roger Clemens struck out Victor Martinez of the Cleveland Indians with his final pitch, and was replaced by right-hander Phil Hughes.
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35. On May 5, 2004, Roger Clemens recorded his 4,137th career strikeout to place him second on the all-time list behind Nolan Ryan.
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37. Early in 2003, Roger Clemens announced his retirement, effective at the end of that season.
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42. Roger Clemens was traded to the New York Yankees before the 1999 season for David Wells, Homer Bush, and Graeme Lloyd.
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43. Roger Clemens was dominant in his two seasons with the Blue Jays, winning the pitching triple crown and the Cy Young Award in both seasons.
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47. Roger Clemens won the first of his seven Cy Young Awards.
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49. Roger Clemens was drafted 19th overall by the Boston Red Sox in 1983 and quickly rose through the minor league system, making his major league debut on May 15, 1984.
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56. Roger Clemens rejoined the Yankees in 2007 for one last season before retiring.
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58. In each of his two seasons with Toronto, Roger Clemens won a Cy Young Award, as well as the pitching triple crown by leading the league in wins, ERA, and strikeouts.
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59. Roger Clemens debuted in the major leagues in 1984 with the Boston Red Sox, whose pitching staff he anchored for 12 years.
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