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4/29/86 Red Sox Roger Clemens Signed & Inscribed Original “20ks” Ken Coleman Score Card

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Auction ends: March 10, 2017 10:12 AM
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Kenneth R. Coleman (April 22, 1925 – August 21, 2003) was an American radio and television sportscaster for 38 years. After the legendary radio combination of Ned Martin and Jim Woods were fired for failing to follow the dictates of sponsors following the 1978 season, Coleman returned to Boston in 1979. He broadcast the Red Sox’ 1986 World Series loss to the New York Mets and two Red Sox ALCS (1986 and 1988). Coleman remained in the Red Sox radio booth until his retirement in 1989. Additionally, he wrote books on sportscasting, was one of the founding fathers of the Red Sox Booster Club and the BoSox Club, and was intimately involved with the Jimmy Fund, which raises money for cancer research. STRIKE THREE! Roger Clemens has broken the Major League record for strikeouts in one game! He has struck out 20….Mariners. – Coleman on WPLM-FM, calling Roger Clemens’ record-setting 20th strikeout in one game at Fenway Park on April 29, 1986, against Phil Bradley of the Seattle Mariners. Offered here is Ken Coleman personal  WPLM dated 4/29/86 score card of Clemens  signed & inscribed “To Ken Best Wishes Always “20ks” signature grades 9-10. Theirs a  full ticket from the game  but not from Ken Coleman.

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