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Monday, February 27, 2006

Roidger Buzzes his own son in BP

mlb.com reports that, throwing a simulated game to minor leaguers in the Houston Astros system, Clemens gave up a home run to his son Koby. Upon his son's next at-bat, Clemens came in high and tight. Asked about throwing at his son's head in batting practice, Clemens replied, "I thought it was a bat or a ball or something."

Koby Clemens said, "I hit the ball good, hit it out of the ballpark, and the next pitch is up and in, what's the deal?'" Koby laughed. "We were joking with it. We just jab at each other once in a while." Koby continued, "Plus, last week he broke three of mom's ribs after she showed him up, taking him yard the opposite way in her previous at-bat, so I guess I was lucky."

what a dick.

2 Comments:

  • At 9:19 PM, Blogger Dyslexia said…

    quality stuff. it's always good to see some good clemens bashing going on. the bastard. anyway, i'm crosstown rivals. (http://crosstownrivals.blogspot.com/)
    link to us, we've already linked to you and i think we've got some good stuff.
    (by the way, if rocker and roger started to try to beat the crap out of each other, who would you want to lose?

     
  • At 6:21 AM, Blogger Itsmetsforme said…

    nice site--but get rid of that Yankmes stuff and it'll be even better.
    i'll get up a link soon.

    hmm, tough choice. everybody wins in that fight.

     

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