Rocket ready to launch?
Scouts and execs predict how good Roger Clemens could be in MLB at age 50
Roger Clemens retired from MLB after collecting six wins with the New York Yankees in 2007. He was 44 when he registered his last victory, a fitting 6-5 win against the Boston Red Sox. Since then, however, Clemens has been busy aging, among other things.
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