On May 28, 2007, seven time Cy Young award winning pitcher Roger Clemens played with the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees at PNC Field in Moosic.  This appearance brought 11,310 people to ballpark.

Clemens pitched six innings against the Toledo Mud Hens. He struck out six players and walked two. The Yankees won 2-0.

Clemens moved back up to the New York Yankees a few days later. He would stay with team until September when he was sidelined by an injury.

The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders are honoring Clemens on Friday, June 23. Clemens is scheduled to appear at the PNC Field where he will be throwing out the first pitch. Also on Friday, the RailRiders will be unveiling a statue of Clemens at the park to mark his time with the team in 2007. The statute according to a team officials is a 7-foot tall bobblehead.    

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