Roger Clemens shared his thoughts on the Red Sox not retiring his number

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Roger Clemens shared his thoughts on the Red Sox not retiring his number
Roger Clemens shared his thoughts on the Red Sox not retiring his number

Roger Clemens doesn't have his Red Sox jersey number retired, but he's moving past it. In a piece by the Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy, the former Red Sox pitcher expressed his sentiments about the situation during a charity baseball game Thursday. Historically, the Red Sox have retired the numbers only of players who have been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. However, they've made exceptions for players such as David Ortiz, whose No. 34 was retired in 2017 without a Hall nod. Regardless, Clemens believes that the legacy of his career lives on without any of the accolades. “It's not going to change how great I was here,'' he told the Globe. “It was just meant to be that I'm tied with

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