Clement I


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Clement I

Saint, called Clement of Rome. pope (?88--?97 ad). Feast day: Nov. 23
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His bro is a legend too @Rob_Escott Clement is talented, no doubt, but is it another Clarke situation?
It's significant because the Mariners own the third pick and while Clement is projected to go in the top 15, few thought he could crack the top five.
Clement is chairman and CEO of DOBBS, RAM & Company, an Atlanta-based systems integration company.
Clement is committed to growing the company's existing international business by addressing the increasing demands of its customer base with the latest technology available.
Clement is being courted by several clubs, including the Angels, but the Dodgers appear to be intensifying their pursuit of the right-hander.
Clement is expected to fall in the range of a three-year deal for $7 million to $9 million per season, and Stoneman said having to pay more than perceived market value for a starter ``isn't an issue, and isn't going to be.