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Photos: Roger Clemens watches his son Kody Clemens play for Memorial High School in Houston

Photo by Rudy Hardy

Roger Clemens attended Saturday's high school baseball game between Memorial (Houston) and College Park, a 12-2 College Park win. Clemens' son Kody is Memorial's shortstop.

Unless he plans to jump into the prep coaching ranks, Roger Clemens probably won't be attending many more high school baseball games in the near future.

Not until, perhaps, he becomes a grandfather.

Photo by Rudy Hardy

Roger Clemens

His youngest of four boys, Kody Clemens, is winding down his stellar high school baseball career at Memorial (Houston), and "The Rocket" was in attendance on Saturday to see his son's team lose 12-2 to visiting College Park.

Kody Clemens, ranked the 37th-best senior in the country by MaxPreps baseball editor Kevin Askeland, has signed with the University of Texas, where his father pitched for two All-American seasons, compiling a 25-7 record.

Kody, an athletic 6-foot-1, 170-pound shortstop, hits left-handed and throws right-handed. While his stats are not complete on his career page, the team has jumped out to a 14-7-1 start, not including Saturday.

His dad amassed 354 wins, struck out 4,762 and won seven Cy Young awards while pitching for the Red Sox, Yankees, Blue Jays and Astros. File photo by Steven Silva

Kody Clemens playing in the 2014 Perfect Game National Showcase in San Diego.

File photo by Steven Silva File photo by Steven Silva