Fact: Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer won the NL Cy Young on Wednesday, joining Gaylord Perry, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, Roger Clemens and Roy Halladay as the only pitchers to win the award in both leagues. Scherzer'sShow More Summary
Max Scherzer has thrown no-hitters. He's struck out 20 batters in a game. On Wednesday, he joined a club that counts Gaylord Perry, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roger Clemens and Roy Halladay as its only other members. Here's your smoking jacket, Max. Show More Summary
No Chipper at the NBC World Series.
This fantastic team of old dudes just got a lot better.
By now, it’s become tradition that the New York Yankees have an annual Old Timer’s Day to bring back not only unforgettable Hall of Famers who helped engineer World Series runs, but other players who served their time in pinstripes…well, some played good and others were forgettable. Show More Summary
Clemens heads a list of former major league players who plan to participate in the tournament in Wichita, Kan., as the Kansas Stars.
When the National Baseball Congress World Series begins next month, it will have a slightly different look. For one thing, the tournament will go from a double-elimination format to one featuring pool play. Oh, and a team almost entirely composed of former MLB players, with Roger Clemens foremost among some big names, will be taking part. […]
This roster is fantastic in its randomness.
NOTRE DAME, Ind. — After digging in the left-handed batter's box, a teenage Cavan Biggio stared over his shoulder at a familiar face. Roger Clemens gazed back with his trademarked, surly, uber-competitive look any wannabe baseball player would recognize. Show More Summary
J.J. Watt held his fourth annual charity softball game Saturday at Houston’s Minute Maid Park, and to call it well-attended would be an understatement. In addition to plenty of his Texans teammates — the sides split into offensive vs. defensive players — a crowd estimated at more than 20,000 fans came out to enjoy the fun […]
Watt is good at everything.
The numbers say that Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens belong with the very best to ever play baseball, and certainly should be shoo-ins for the Hall of Fame. However, widespread suspicions that both benefited from steroid use, especially later in their careers, have thus far kept them out of Cooperstown. But sentiment could be turning […]
Washington’s Max Scherzer struck out 20 batters Wednesday night, tying the major-league record. (Earlier members of Club 20K are Roger Clemens, who did it twice; Kerry…
Fact: Washington Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer had 20 strikeouts against the Detroit Tigers, tying the MLB record for most ever in nine innings (Roger Clemens [twice], Kerry Wood and Randy Johnson). Bleacher Report will be bringing...Show More Summary
Scherzer tied the nine-inning strikeout mark, an accomplishment that had been achieved by only Roger Clemens (twice), Kerry Wood and Randy Johnson.
Nationals’ ace joins Roger Clemens and Kerry Wood as only pitchers to reach mark in nine-inning game.
The latest PWE to arrive as part of the never ending back and forth between Mark Kaz of This Way to the Clubhouse and I was possibly the most random assortment yet. For example, I wasn't even sure what this Roger Clemens game card was when I first laid eyes on it. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, the Baseball Hall of Fame’s class of 2016 was announced. It included Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza, and, for the fourth straight year, it did not include Roger Clemens. While Clemens’ percentage of votes rose from 37 percent in 2015 to 45 percent this year, he still finds himself well short of the minimum […]
Roy Halladay ?is firing back at his hero-turned-nemesis, Roger Clemens... telling TMZ Sports ?he wasn't a cheater, and Clemens is just trying to deflect. The former Blue Jays teammates started warring because Halladay…