Roger Clemens’ Son
Plays In Alumni Game …
1 Month After Alleged Brutal Beating
2/5/2019 11:03 AM PST
Kacy Clemens — son of MLB legend Roger Clemens — seems to be recovering well after allegedly being beaten at a bar last month … ’cause he hit the diamond Saturday and looked fine.
Kacy, his dad and his fellow baseball-playing brother, Kody, all took to UFCU Disch-Falk Field in Austin, Texas this past weekend for the University of Texas’ annual alumni game.
The trio of Clemens’ all played — Roger pitched for an inning, while Kacy and Kody manned the rightside of the Longhorns’ infield.
Neither brothers did much at the dish … reportedly only reaching base once in four plate appearances — but it’s interesting Kacy was even out there regardless.
Remember, Kacy claims in a lawsuit filed just last week that he was roughed up by bouncers at a Texas bar during a New Year’s event.
In fact, Kacy’s lawyer claims the first baseman was beaten so badly, his throwing arm was injured … but judging by the video, looks like Kacy’s healin’ up.
The 24-year-old was an 8th-round draft pick by the Blue Jays in 2017 … and has batted .246 in his two-year minor league career.
BTW … in case you were wondering — Roger’s still got it. Take a look at this filth he was throwing at 56 years old!!!!
A look at @rogerclemens at the @TexasBaseball Alumni game. Sat 84-85 and still spun the curveball well in upper 70s and the splitter was diving. A possible @FlatgroundApp comeback? pic.twitter.com/T8OIPJx8CR
— Maximized Baseball (@maximized_BSB) February 2, 2019