Rocket heading back home
Roger Clemens now has the chance to put his stamp on three different places.
Strangely, the one place with which his name is not synonymous is Toronto, where he pitched in 1997 and 1998 and probably threw the best ball of his career. There was no postseason glory there and no monster press machine there and those years are the least-known of his career when, in fact, they should probably be his most celebrated.
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