Biography of Roger Clemens

Biography of Roger Clemens

Roger Clemens is an American baseball player, was born in the city of Dayton, Ohio. His fights are famous for competitive fire. Clemens is one of the greatest pitchers in baseball. Roger Clemens, after graduating from the University of Texas, in 1984, joined the Red Sox baseball team as a novice pitcher.

In 1986, he was named the most valuable player in the American League. Then Roger Clemens won the prize named after the famous pitcher Cy Young. The athlete won 24 wins, 4 defeats, with an average number of “legitimate” runs of 2.48, with a record 20 strikeouts in a game of nine innings. He repeated a similar feat in 1996.

In 1997, he moved to Toronto, and then began to play a pitcher for the “New York Yankees”. Clemens was the leader in the league by the average number of legal jogs in 1986, 1990-92 and 1997-98, and in strikeouts five times. Postponing planned care, he joined the Houston Astros team in 2004 for two years. In the same year, Roger Clemens’ biography won the seventh prize of Cy Young. A little later, at the age of 43, Clemens showed his best result in the average number of runs in the main baseball league. In 2007, he signed a contract with the Yankees.


Biography of Roger Clemens