90s Toronto Blue Jays Roger Clemens t-shirt Extra Large

Chest: 22.5 in.

Length: 29 in.

Content: Cotton blend

Tag Brand: Joy Athletic 

This deadstock tee features Roger Clemens while he was playing for the Toronto Blue Jays. He signed a four-year contract with them after leaving the Boston Red Sox in 1996 when they refused to resign him. Red Sox General Manager Dan Duquette said that his offer was the most money ever offered to a player in Red Sox history. Clemens did not accept, he wanted $8.25 million per year.

During his first game at Boston's Fenway Park as a pitcher for the Blue Jays, Clemens pitched 24 outs. 16 of which were strikeouts. He had a very successful two seasons with the Blue Jays, winning the Cy Young Award both seasons. After two years, he asked to be traded as he was set on winning a championship and did not believe the Blue Jays could accomplish that.

Fits like a modern unisex adult extra large. Deadstock, never worn.




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