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Will Roger Clemens Pitch In 2007?

Deja vu all over again: it looks like we're in for another winter of Roger Clemens rumors.  With a 2.50 ERA in 80 innings, his delayed debut has been a smashing success.  The only problem is that the Astros have a nearly unsurmountable deficit in the playoff standings.

As Buster Olney speculates in his blog today, the Red Sox will probably be willing to pay the Rocket $4MM a month to get them to the World Series in 2007.  Olney figures the chances of this happening are better than 50%.  Would the Yankees counter with $5MM a month and a game-used Luis Sojo baseball bat?  Perhaps.



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