Roger Clemens, once one of the most feared pitchers in Major League Baseball, will take the mound once again Saturday night for the Sugarland Skeeters.
Randy Hendricks, one of Clemens’ agents, told USA TODAY Sports’ Paul White via e-mail: “It is at this point a fun, local, one time kind of thing. If he does well, he will probably make at least one more home start. He threw 87 mph today with four pitches working, so he looks good to go at this point.”
It should be a unique experience for the Skeeters’ fans and the Bridgeport Bluefish players who will get to face Clemens.
4 thoughts on “Clemens making a comeback?”
Is he that desperate to step back onto a ballfield? Though he’s playing in friendly territory, I hope he gets the crap booed out of him.
Can Barry Bonds be far behind?
How about Palmeiro?
Clemens need the money to pay for the lawyers! Clemens need to get a job at MLB Network.
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