Matt ClementAfter Clement was fresh off a 9-13 season with the Chicago Cubs, Red Sox GM Theo Epstein signed the lanky righthander to a 3 year, $25 million contract in Dec. 2004. Clement started the 2005 season with a 10-2 record, was named to the AL All-Star team, and a possible Cy Young award was on the radar. It all began to unravel on July 26, 2005, when the Rays's Carl Crawford cracked a line drive that hit Clement on the right side of his face. Clement finished the season 13-6. In 2006, Clement struggled to a 5-5 record with a 6.61 ERA. Clement did not pitch in the major leagues after the 2006 season and retired in 2008.