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I thought the possibility made sense from a pure profit motive, a pure publicity stunt. From these comments, sounds like Crane is just curious to see what a 50 year old man can do. As am I. I think Clemens pitching a game would be fun, and Astro fans have suffered enough and deserve something fun.
the astros team is kind of like colon cancer
The Astros just DFA'd Armando Galarraga, so I don't think they even have a fifth starter right now
I don't like the "we'll talk to the league" part.
I don't like the "we'll talk to the league" part. There's no reason for the league to say no, really.
From the photo of Clemens on the Skeeters site, he doesn't really look to be in game shape.
Clemens peripherals were quite respectable with the Yanks. And pitching in the NL in 2012 is a better place than pitching in the AL East in 2007. He'll be fine.
I'm curious as to whether Clemens can consistently hit 87, or if he just threw one pitch at 87 while working at 83-85.
I think there is almost no chance he'd pitch even a few innings this year.
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