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August 21, 2012 | By Chuck Schilken
Roger Clemens will attempt to make a comeback at age 50 after signing with the Sugar Land Skeeters of the independent Atlantic League on Monday. Does this mean we eventually will see the once-dominating pitcher back on a major league mound? That's a question with several layers. First of all, what are Clemens' intentions with all of this? Is it just for fun -- as one of Clemens' agents, Randy Hendricks, suggested in an email to USA Today on Monday -- or does the seven-time Cy Young winner have bigger things on his mind?
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August 20, 2012 | By Chuck Schilken
Roger Clemens is 50 years old. He's a seven-time Cy Young Award winner. He may or may not be a Hall of Famer. He is not a criminal. And he is now, once again, a baseball pitcher. In related news, he is also a Skeeter. Clemens is expected to make his first start for his new team, the Sugar Land (Texas) Skeeters of the independent Atlantic League, on Saturday night. Randy Hendricks, one of Clemens' agents, told USA Today via email that this could be a one-time outing. Or maybe not. "It is at this point a fun, local, one time kind of thing," Hendricks wrote . "If he does well, he will probably make at least one more home start.
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August 20, 2012 | By Chuck Schilken
Roger Clemens is 50 years old. He's a seven-time Cy Young Award winner. He may or may not be a Hall of Famer. He is not a criminal. And he is now, once again, a baseball pitcher. In related news, he is also a Skeeter. Clemens is expected to make his first start for his new team, the Sugar Land (Texas) Skeeters of the independent Atlantic League, on Saturday night. Randy Hendricks, one of Clemens' agents, told USA Today via email that this could be a one-time outing. Or maybe not. "It is at this point a fun, local, one time kind of thing," Hendricks wrote . "If he does well, he will probably make at least one more home start.
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March 26, 1987 | Associated Press
Boston pitcher Roger Clemens said Wednesday he remains resolute in his 19-day contract holdout and accused Red Sox management of trying to use him as an example for the rest of the league. "I want them to recognize what I did on the field last year, and they are not doing that," Clemens said during a news conference at his agent's office. "It seems like they don't care what I did on the field; they are just using me as an example to keep salaries down."
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August 21, 2012 | By Chuck Schilken
Roger Clemens will attempt to make a comeback at age 50 after signing with the Sugar Land Skeeters of the independent Atlantic League on Monday. Does this mean we eventually will see the once-dominating pitcher back on a major league mound? That's a question with several layers. First of all, what are Clemens' intentions with all of this? Is it just for fun -- as one of Clemens' agents, Randy Hendricks, suggested in an email to USA Today on Monday -- or does the seven-time Cy Young winner have bigger things on his mind?
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February 24, 1991 | ROSS NEWHAN
They have emerged, perhaps, as the most influential power brokers in an industry that would like to eliminate their role. If agents now run baseball, the Houston-based Hendricks brothers, Alan and Randy, are the current kingpins. Representing about 60 players, they helped push the market to record heights this winter by signing 18 to contracts totaling $86.847 million, topped by the $21.521-million extension Roger Clemens received from the Boston Red Sox.
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December 19, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Free agent Danny Darwin, who pitched for the Houston Astros the past 4 1/2 seasons, signed a four-year contract today with the Boston Red Sox. Terms of the contract were not disclosed by the Red Sox. But Darwin's agent, Randy Hendricks, said today the contract was worth a possible $12.2 million.
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February 24, 1991 | ROSS NEWHAN
They have emerged, perhaps, as the most influential power brokers in an industry that would like to eliminate their role. If agents now run baseball, the Houston-based Hendricks brothers, Alan and Randy, are the current kingpins. Representing about 60 players, they helped push the market to record heights this winter by signing 18 to contracts totaling $86.847 million, topped by the $21.521-million extension Roger Clemens received from the Boston Red Sox.
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March 26, 1987 | Associated Press
Boston pitcher Roger Clemens said Wednesday he remains resolute in his 19-day contract holdout and accused Red Sox management of trying to use him as an example for the rest of the league. "I want them to recognize what I did on the field last year, and they are not doing that," Clemens said during a news conference at his agent's office. "It seems like they don't care what I did on the field; they are just using me as an example to keep salaries down."
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January 29, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Roger Clemens appeared before American League President Bobby Brown in an effort to overturn his five-game suspension at the start of the season. Clemens, who was also fined $10,000 for his actions in Game 4 of the AL playoffs, argued his case along with his agent, Randy Hendricks, and Gene Orza and Michael Weiner of the Major League Baseball Players Assn.
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