Posted: Jan 15, 2013 5:54 PM
Updated: Jan 15, 2013 6:21 PM
HOUSTON - Roger Clemens will once again be at Astros Spring Training Camp this year, but this time he'll be on the field sharing his knowledge as opposed to facing young batters.
Clemens met for five hours Monday morning at Minute Maid Park with general manager Jeff Luhnow, pitching coach Doug Brocail, roving pitching instructor Craig Bjornson and director of player development Quinton McCracken to map out a plan for his involvement in Spring Training.
He is set to make a pair of trips to Osceola County Stadium, the first will be to work with the Big League Pitchers, then another in March to work with all the pitchers.
Clemens is a seven-time Cy Young Award winner and has won 354-games in his Major League Career.
He did make several appearances around the back fields at Osceola County Stadium following his retirement in 2007, but since has kept a lower profile. Clemens told Astros Writer Brian McTaggart that he plans to be hands-on this year and will even be in uniform.
Courtesy: Brian McTaggart for article
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