Roger Clemens Celebrates Son's 2-Run Single with Awkward High-Five

Brian ChenSocial Media Staff June 21, 2014

@corkgaines

Being Roger Clemens' son can't be easy.

Texas freshman Kacy Clemens seems to be handling the pressure just fine, though. The Longhorns first baseman singled in two runs during Saturday's College World Series game versus Vanderbilt.

It seems like Roger wasn't ready to handle Kacy's success, however. The MLB legend had a difficult time landing this high five after his son's big hit.

Don't worry, Roger. If Texas beats Vanderbilt and advances to the College World Series finals, you'll still have time to redeem yourself.

@corkgaines


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