Disgraced Roger Clemens hanging with fans at Astros camp

Very few celebrities have experienced a more rapid fall from grace than Roger Clemens. The 11-time All-Star was once considered the best pitcher of his generation and one of the greatest ever to stand on a mound.  354 wins, 4,672 strikeouts and six Cy Young Awards put Clemens in a class by himself.

Clemens' epic standing has all but disappeared after being linked to the use of performance enhancing drugs.  Though he maintains his innocence, Clemens has joined the likes of Barry Bonds and Sammy Sosa in the absurdity of their denials. These once immortal ballplayers refuse to admit their connection to steroids, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

Clemens' reputation has also taken a hit after he was romantically linked to country singer Mindy McCready, amid several other accusations of infidelity.

While the Clemens name is not what it used to be, it still conjures a certain level of prominence in Roger's home state of Texas.  Below is video of Clemens signing autographs for Astros fans at the team's spring training facility in Kissimmee, Florida.  Clemens was in attendance to watch his son Koby. Koby Clemens is a catcher in the Astros organization.