Clemens Father and Son Share CWS Experiences

Former Major Leaguer Roger Clemens was able to see his son Kacy play in the 2014 College World Series for the University of Texas, thirty years after Roger appeared the CWS himself in 1983, when Texas beat Alabama in the championship game.

One of Roger’s teammates on that 1983 team was Calvin Schiraldi, whose son Lukas also plays on the current Texas team with Kacy.

See related stories about Roger and Kacy Clemens at the link below from and USA Today:

Family Comes First for Retired Clemens

When he was playing in the Major Leagues, Roger Clemens’ sons followed him around to Major League stadiums. Now Roger enjoys following his sons in baseball. Currently his son Koby is playing in the independent league in Texas, after playing eight seasons in the Astros and Blue Jays organizations. Roger’s son, Kacy, is an incoming freshman at the University of Texas on a baseball scholarship. A third son, Kody is a junior in high school. Roger and Koby made history as the first father-son battery in professional baseball in 2012 with Sugar Land in the Independent League.

See story below about Roger Clemens in the attached link below from the Stamford Advocate:

Roger Clemens’ Two Sons Lead High School Team into Playoffs

Kacy and Kody Clemens, high school sons of former Major League pitcher Roger Clemens, led Memorial High in Houston to a district title and now have their sights set on a state title. Another of Roger’s sons, Koby, has already played minor league baseball. Notice the sons’ names starting with the letter “K”? As in “K” for “Strikeout”…Roger is the all-time leader in strikeouts by a pitcher in the Majors.

Below is a story and video about the Clemens boys by ABC TV affiliate, KTRK, in Houston.