According to a report in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, former Red Sox pitcher Matt Clement is hoping to begin a second career as a high-school basketball coach at Butler (PA) High School, his alma mater. Clement, who retired this spring after trying unsuccessfully to win a job with the Blue Jays, was a heralded point guard in high school, and was recruited by coaching great Lefty Driesell to play at James Madison University. But the Padres took him in the third round of the 1993 draft and convinced him to pursue a baseball career.
Clement retired with an 87-86 career record in parts of nine seasons. He went 18-11 with a 5.09 ERA with the Sox in 2005-06, but never fully recovered from a torn labrum and extensive shoulder surgery late in the 2006 season.
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