As Heard On The Triple Threat

Wade Boggs, Baseball Hall of Famer, joined The Triple Threat Monday on Sports Radio 610 to share stories from his playing days with the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and Tampa Bay Rays, including what it’s like to be on the winning and losing side of the World Series — he experienced both — and if he thinks Roger Clemens should be inducted in Cooperstown.

“That is up to the writers,” Boggs told Sean Pendergast, Rich Lord & Ted Johnson. When pressed on if he had a vote would he put Roger Clemens in the Hall of Fame Boggs said a lot, without saying much.

“I don’t vote,” the Hall of Famer stated regarding Clemens.

Boggs and Clemens were teammates in Boston from 1984 to 1992.

“Every fifth day you expected a W,” Boggs said of playing 3rd base with Clemens on the mound for the Red Sox. “You didn’t expect anything less.”

“You knew when he took the hill, that coincidentally, the other team had no chance.”