Debra Lynn Godfrey is Roger Clemens’ Wife

 

The former baseball starting pitcher William Roger Clemens, nicknamed “Rocket” is a former baseball player who in 2006 played his twenty third major league season, the latter with the Houston Astros. Who went to trial for making false statements perjury and obstructing Congress when he testified about the steroid scandal; now is Debra Lynn Godfrey time lo meet her and know a little about her life.

Debra Lynn Godfrey is currently married to Roger Clemens; they started on November 24, 1984. Together they have four boys: Koby, Kory, Kacy and Kody. Koby was drafted by the Houston Astros as a third baseman when he was 18. He signed with them on July 14, 2005.  Godfrey has been in one celebrity relationship averaging approximately twenty eight years. Her one marriage has lasted 28years so far.

After the Roger Clemens steroid scandal Debra was mentioned on a similar scandal by been mentioned. The personal trainer Brian McNamee now claims that he injected Clemens’ wife, Debbie, with HGH, when she prepared to pose in the 2003 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

 

Debbie spoke of the Sports Illustrated photoshoot on her website:

“Roger came to me one day and told me that we had been asked to do a photo shoot for Sports Illustrated. I had major anxiety! I was a 39-year-old mother of 4! Once I realized that this was going to be a reality, I decided I had to give it everything I had. My mind was set. I am not a risk taker, but have since learned that with great risk, sometimes come great reward.”

George Mitchell launches an investigation into the SI swimsuit issue. He subpoenas Cheryl Tiegs, Elle Macpherson, Heidi Klum, Naomi Campbell and Petra Nemcova, ordering them to testify before him in a private late-night session at his home.

Debbie Clemens tells Mike Wallace on “60 Minutes” that if she took HGH and she would have a third nipple on her forehead and be floating down Broadway next to Underdog and SpongeBob SquarePants in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade.

Today Debbie designs high end baseball related items and is involved in charity work in Texas.