The Red Sox welcomed four new members to the team's Hall of Fame on Thursday.
The 2014 class includes shortstop Nomar Garciaparra, pitcher Pedro Martinez and broadcaster Joe Castiglione.
Also inducted was pitcher Roger Clemens, who’s fallen short in the last two national baseball Hall of Fame votes, due largely to allegations that he used performance enhancing drugs.
Still, Clemens, who won 354 games, says he's moving forward.
"It’s not something I sit up and worry about," Clemens said. "I know what I did in my career and how I did it, and I did it right.”
The inductees will be honored before Thursday night's Red Sox-Astros game at Fenway Park.
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