Roger Clemens Is Now A ‘DJ’ With A Unique Nickname

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

Clemens joined the New England Sports Network’s broadcast of last night’s Tigers-Red Sox game and told the Sox broadcast booth that he runs the music room at Clemens’ home and, while doing so, goes by a very distinctive DJ name.

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Roger Clemens #21 of the Boston Red Sox poses for this picture before the start of a Major League Baseball game in 1988 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 during the day, as you guys know — ‘Rocket’. But I’m ‘DJ No Request’ at night,” Roger told the TV crew.

Clemens was in town to see his son, Cody, recently called up Detroit. Young Clemens mainly plays the field, although he made an unexpected pitching appearance last week. They didn’t enter last night’s game, a 5-4 win at Boston.

As for Clemens’ no-request policy, he cautioned that music room attendees should be patient.

Former UT Longhorns pitcher, Houston Astros and 7-time Cy Young winner Roger Clemens delivers a Hook 'Em Horns sign from the side during the Texas Bowl game between the Texas Longhorns and Missouri Tigers on December 27, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston.  Texas.

Former UT Longhorns pitcher, Houston Astros and 7-time Cy Young winner Roger Clemens delivers a Hook ‘Em Horns sign from the side during the Texas Bowl game between the Texas Longhorns and Missouri Tigers on December 27, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston. Texas.
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Clemens said, “I play what I want to play. I’ll hit your song eventually.”

And try not to hold the mic for a while to sing.

“Karaoke’s brutal,” said Roger. “Even if you’re good at singing ‘Endless Love’ or ‘Purple Rain,’ it still sounds brutal.”

Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens enjoys with fans during The Innings Festival 2022 at Tempe Beach Park on February 26, 2022 in Tempe, Arizona.

Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens enjoys with fans during The Innings Festival 2022 at Tempe Beach Park on February 26, 2022 in Tempe, Arizona.
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Unfortunately, so are son Cody’s stats. The 26-year-old has struggled thus far, batting .125 with only four hits and 2 RBIs, though he has only made 32 plate appearances. It’s not surprisingly far from the hit total of his father’s career. Roger amassed just 31 knocks in his 24-year MLB career.