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September 18, 1996 > Roger Clemens of the Boston Red Sox ties his own Major League record by striking out 20 batters in a single game. The 20 whiffs cap a brilliant performance in which "The Rocket" shuts out the Detroit Tigers, 4-0, on four hits. Clemens originally set the record against the Seattle Mariners back in April of 1986.