So now it's settled: Roger Clemens will go for career
win No. 300 against the Red Sox on Memorial Day at Yankee
Stadium. That is, unless he has some broken bones in
his hand. Mark Murphy of the Boston Herald reports he
will have the hand x-rayed today and if it comes up
clean, he's good to go.
For their part, the Red Sox want no part of being on
the losing end of such a milestone, writes Roger Rubin
of the New York Daily News. Rubin polls the Bostons
and finds them wanting very much to avoid such a fate
What's the latest news from the baseball memorabilia
auction world? A ball signed by the 1927 Yankees went
for over six gs. Time to give it to the terrier for
some backyard ball chasin' fun, no? Ted Taylor of the
Philadelphia Daily News has the dope on that
transaction as well as some other interesting prices.
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