Boston Red Sox rookie pitcher, Roger Clemens hurls a pitch June 23,1984, on the way to his first Major League complete game victory at Boston's Fenway Park. Clemens allowed one run on six hits as the Red Sox defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 7-1.
Red Sox rookie pitcher Roger Clemens throws the ball on his way to a 15-strikeout 11-1 win over Kansas City Royals at Fenway Park in Boston, Mass., Aug. 21, 1984. The 15 strikeouts is the most since 1961 and second-highest in Red Sox history.
Roger Clemens of the Red Sox raises his arms after setting a new Major League record of 20 strikeouts in a game against the Seattle Mariners, April 29, 1986, at Boston's Fenway Park.
Rockets Red Glare
Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens poses with the game ball at Fenway Park in Boston, Mass., April 30, 1986. Clemens set an all-time Major League baseball record by striking out 20 batters in Tuesday night's game against the Seattle Mariners.
Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens accepts the All-Star Most Valuable Player trophy following the 57th edition of the All-Star game in Houston, Texas, July 16, 1986. Clemens was starting pitcher going three perfect innings to lead the American League to a 3-2 win over the National League.
Cy Young Winners
Tom Seaver, right, and Roger Clemens, Boston Red Sox pitcher, pose with Clemens' 1987 Cy Young Award before the 49th annual Boston Baseball Writers Dinner in Boston, Mass., Jan. 29, 1988. Clemens is awarded his second consecutive American League Cy Young Award, and Seaver won the award three times.
Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens, right, charges toward umpire Terry Cooney, left, after Cooney ejected him from game four of the American League Championship Series against the A's in Oakland, Calif., Oct.10, 1990. Clemens was ejected after making a comment about Cooney's call on a pitch.
Red Sox starting pitcher Roger Clemens makes a curtain call after being taken out of the eighth inning against the New York Yankees at Boston's Fenway Park, Saturday, Sept. 28, 1996. Clemens gave up four runs and had 10 strikeouts in what may be his final performance in a Red Sox uniform. The Red Sox lost 4-2.
Toronto Blue Jays starter Roger Clemens delivers against the Detroit Tigers in the fifth inning Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1998, in Detroit. The Blue Jays signed free agent Clemens to a 3-year contract worth $24.75 million in the off-season.
Blue Jays pitcher Roger Clemens pitches against his former teammate Mo Vaughn at Fenway Park in Boston, Mass., July 12, 1997. Vaughn struck out and Clemens defeated the Red Sox 3-1. Clemens won the Cy Young in 1997 and 1998.
All-Century players from left; Bob Feller, background partially obscured, Roger Clemens, Rollie Fingers, Bob Gibson, Juan Marichal and Robin Roberts take the field before the All-Star game, July 13, 1999, at Boston's Fenway Park.
2000 World Series
New York Mets' Mike Piazza (31) argues with homeplate umpire Charlie Reliford after New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens, right, threw a piece of a broken bat at him during the first inning of Game 2 of the World Series, Oct. 22, 2000, at New York's Yankee Stadium.
Yankees' Roger Clemens reacts after striking out Arizona Diamondbacks' Tony Womack to end the seventh inning of Game 3 of the World Series on Oct. 30, 2001, in New York.
Everyone Knows Your Name
Yankees fans keep tabs on the strikeouts thrown by pitcher Roger Clemens by posting photographs of the cast of the television series "Cheers!" through the eighth inning against the Boston Red Sox, Sept. 3, 2002, in New York. Clemens finished with 10 strikeouts and the Yankees won, 4-2.
Good Will Tour
Roger Clemens, star pitcher of the New York Yankees, is surrounded by U.S.soldiers as he signs baseballs after speaking to troops during a visit to As Sayliyah military base with Air Force Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in Doha, Qatar, Dec. 20, 2002. Clemens was part of a morale- raising tour with comedian Drew Carey.
For the Troops
Yankee pitcher Roger Clemens, left, autographs the hat of an American soldier during his visit, Dec. 21, 2002, to Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan. Clemens was with the United Service Organizations to give entertainment to forces involved in Operation Enduring Freedom for the holiday season.
Pitching at 40
New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens follows through on a pitch in the second inning of the Yankees 7-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, April 7, 2002, in New York. Clemens has yielded remarkably little to age. He still brings mid-90s heat with regularity, and has the same impeccable command of it he's always had.
Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens throws to Angels' Garret Anderson during the first inning, April 23, 2003, in Anaheim, Calif. Clemems has won six Cy Young Awards and was A.L. MVP in 1986.
Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens strikes out Cardinals batter Edgar Renteria to record his 4,000th career strike-out during the second inning at Yankee Stadium, June 13, 2003, in New York. Behind the plate are Yankees catcher Jorge Posada and umpire Gary Darling.
Tip Of The Cap
Clemens tips his cap to the fans after he earned his 300th career win in a 5-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals at Yankee Stadium, June 13, 2003, in New York. "It was a blessing to do it here in Yankee stadium," he said.