Clark started off his Red Sox career with a grand slam on Opening Day in 1991. He finished his first season in Boston with 28 homers to go along with 133 strikeouts. Halfway through Clark's $8.8 million, three-year deal, the Sox DH filed for bankruptcy because of what his lawyer called "expensive hobbies." Clark's career abruptly ended after the 1992 season when he had only 320 plate appearances, five homers, and 87 strikeouts, and a .210 batting average. After the big heist at Fenway Park in the movie "The Town, one of the characters says, "No ones robbed the Sox like that since Jack Clark!