Roger Clemens as You've Never Seen Him Before
The Rocket's Candid Conversation with Red Sox Historian Gordon Edes to Air on NESN
MASHPEE, Mass., Dec. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- New England Sports Network (NESN) will premiere a new 30- minute special featuring 7-time Cy Young winner and Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame pitcher Roger Clemens and Red Sox historian/NESN contributor Gordon Edes on Monday, December 11th at 7:30pm EST.
Selected as the 2017 Willowbend Honoree, Clemens sat down on his 55th birthday for a uniquely candid interview with Edes before a live audience of 200 guests at the famed Cape Cod club community.
Throughout the program, Clemens shares rare, behind-the-scenes stories of his illustrious 24-year career, including his record-breaking 20-strike-out game at Fenway (and why it almost did not happen), the unusual batting record he still holds with the Red Sox, and the Clemens pitch that Sox legend Ted Williams was sure he could hit.
"Gordon asked great questions and I really enjoyed our talk," Clemens said. "I felt totally comfortable and welcomed by the Willowbend community and hope fans enjoy the show."
"I was surprised by how open, self-deprecating and truly funny Roger was during our conversation," said NESN contributor Gordon Edes. "Red Sox fans will see a side of Clemens they've never seen before."
A generous and big-hearted man, Clemens is a longtime friend of Willowbend and Southworth Development and a Willowbend member. Clemens joined the ranks of fellow sports legends Bobby Orr and Jack Nicklaus in being honored and immortalized on a bronze plaque which will perpetually be on display in the Willowbend "Honoree Courtyard." The honor commemorates his many achievements on and off the field, including his charitable work on behalf of sick and underprivileged children.
Viewers have two chances to tune in and see the intimate fireside chat with baseball legend Roger "The Rocket" Clemens and Red Sox Team Historian Gordon Edes on NESN – Monday, December 11th at 7:30pm EST and Thursday, December 13th at 3:00pm EST. The program will also be available on the NESNgo live stream app during each broadcast.
Celebrating 25 years as Cape Cod's premiere private club community, Willowbend residents and club members enjoy beautiful neighborhoods of luxury homes, townhomes and villas; a nationally recognized golf course; stunning clubhouse; world-class fitness and tennis facilities; and beautifully landscaped grounds. Willowbend has earned its rightful place as New England's quintessential private club. It's a mecca of golf, tennis and community comradery that has hosted celebrities and famous athletes from all over the world and was for many years the site of the Willowbend Children's Charity Pro-Am. For more information visit, www.WillowbendCapeCod.com.
About Southworth Development LLC
Southworth Development is a privately held company that specializes in the development of residential resort and amenitized real estate communities. Through wholly owned subsidiaries Southworth Golf and Southworth Europe, Southworth is also a leader in the international golf community, having served as owner, manager, consultant or construction manager to dozens of properties throughout the United States, Scotland, The Bahamas, Puerto Rico and The Dominican Republic. Located in Newton, Massachusetts, USA, Southworth was founded in 1991 and currently owns and operates private clubs and residential communities in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Virginia, Scotland and The Bahamas. The properties include: Willowbend on Cape Cod, Mass.; Renaissance on Boston's North Shore; Meredith Bay on New Hampshire's famed Lake Winnipesaukee, Creighton Farms in Aldie, Va. 35 minutes west of Washington, DC; The Village at Machrihanish Dunes in Argyll, Scotland; and The Abaco Club, located on Great Abaco Island in The Bahamas.
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