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“I’d listen, but I have to do some work again,” Clemens said. " My HGH and EPO are undergoing neutron bombardment in a basement in Berkeley so that their isotope levels will match that of my body by next spring. I should be ready then."
But if he does:
27 GS, 165 IP, 110 K, 55 BB, 22 HR, 4.04 ERA, 10-10.
His ERA would have to be 2 points lower to win 10 games with that sorry bunch.
Good luck with that. At every turn, Clemens has destroyed Maddux. This will just be the icing on the cake.
I doubt he could beat a MLB team today. I doubt he will be able to ever beat a MLB team again.
My HGH and EPO are undergoing neutron bombardment in a basement in Berkeley so that their isotope levels will match that of my body by next spring.
Clemens, who recently turned 50, was also asked what he’d say if Astros owner Jim Crane called him and asked him to pitch.
And those people will suspect that he's taking a designer steroid now.
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10. 6 - 4 - 3 Posted: January 17, 2005 at 08:50 PM (#1084949)
So let me get this straight: after a franchise best 70 wins last year and with a farm system bursting with MLB-ready talent, the D-Rays believe that the best way to spend 2005 is to play Gonzalez over Upton at 3B, Alomar over Cantu at 2B, and Baustista over Gomes/Gathright/Diaz in LF (until Baldelli returns).
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