On second thought ... Clemens hasn't improved
Rob Neyer dips into his mailbag and says Roger Clemens didn't improve as he moved into his early 40s.
Originally Published: June 5, 2006By Rob Neyer | ESPN Insider
Reaching into the ol' e-mailbag while wondering how Rockies management is going to explain the club's recent slide, after coming up with a creative explanation for their early surge
Dan Rosenheck: In your chat last Wednesday, you said about Roger Clemens, "He was merely good in 2002 and '03, and I'd just like to know how he reversed the normal decline of pitchers in their early 40s."
I'm not sure that's what happened.
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