Roger Clemens Rumors: Rocket Not Headed to Mexican League

There have been reports that Roger Clemens might have interest in pitching for the Mexican League, but his agent shot these down, reports Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.



Clemens’ agent Randy Hendricks told Crasnick that his client “is not going to Mexico no matter how many articles they run for publicity.”

The Rocket did return to professional baseball last season, starting two games for the Sugarland Skeeters of the Independent League. However, Hendricks notes that the only reasons Clemens did this were because the opportunity was close to his home and it allowed him to play with his son Koby Clemens.

Clemens allowed three hits while walking none and striking out three over his eight innings for the Skeeters last season. Prior to those starts the 50-year-old hadn’t made an appearance at the professional level since 2007 as a member of the New York Yankees.

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