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Former Major League Pitcher Roger Clemens spins more than just baseball and has the (extra) nickname “The Rocket” to prove it.

Clemens joined the New England Sports Network’s Tigers – Red Sox game broadcast last night and told the Sox broadcast booth that he was running a music room at Clemens’ home and was going by the name of a very specific DJ while doing so.

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Roger Clemens # 21 of the Boston Red Sox posed for the portrait in circa 1988 before the start of the Major League Baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.  Clemens played for the Red Sox from 1884-96.

Roger Clemens # 21 of the Boston Red Sox posed for the portrait in circa 1988 before the start of the Major League Baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. Clemens played for the Red Sox from 1884-96.
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“We got a music room. My nickname, as you know – ‘Rocket.’ But Roger told the TV crew that I was ‘DJ No Request’ for the night.

Clemens was in town to watch his son Cody’s recent Detroit call. The young Clemens mainly play in the infield, though he looked unexpected last week. He did not enter the game last night, 5-4 Boston win.

When it comes to Clemens No Request policy, he warned music room attendees to be patient.

Hook 'em Horns from former UT Longhorn pitcher, Houston Astro and 7-time Psy Young winner Roger Clemens Sideline at the Texas Bowl Game between the Texas Longhorns and the Missouri Tigers on December 27, 2017 at the NRG Stadium in Houston.  Texas.

Hook ’em Horns from former UT Longhorn pitcher, Houston Astro and 7-time Psy Young winner Roger Clemens Sideline at the Texas Bowl Game between the Texas Longhorns and the Missouri Tigers on December 27, 2017 at the NRG Stadium in Houston. Texas.
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“I’ll play what I want to play. I’ll eventually hit your song,” Clemens said.

And do not bother trying to hold the mic for a while.

“The cruelty of karaoke,” Roger added. “Even if you’re good at singing ‘Endless Love’ or ‘Purple Rain’, it still feels brutal.”

Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens delights fans during the Inning Festival 2022 on February 26, 2022 at Tempe Beach Park in Tempe, Arizona.

Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens delights fans during the Innings Festival 2022 on February 26, 2022 at Tempe Beach Park in Tempe, Arizona.
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Unfortunately, the son-chicken figures are the same. The 26-year-old is battling so far, he has only 32 plate appearances but he is batting.125 with just four hits and 2 RBI. This is surprisingly not far from his father’s career hit total. Roger has scored just 31 knocks in his 24-year MLB career.