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March 17, 1987

The Boston Red Sox made their first move to get pitcher Roger Clemens back into training camp Monday. "We increased our incentives, which would put Roger's earning potential at around $950,000," General Manager Lou Gorman said. "The base salary would remain the same as in our original offer, but we changed the incentives to try to make them more palatable."

Clemens walked out during practice March 6 after rejecting a club offer of a one-year contract for $500,000 and $350,000 in incentives.

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