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It’s Official: Clemens is a Houston Astro Once More
Thursday, June 01, 2006

The Astros may be 7.5 games behind Pujols and the Cards, but they’re not too worried about losing their NL Champion title just yet. Roger Clemens has agreed to pitch one more season for Houston, and that could be just the boost they need to push the Cardinals out of the lead. The Rocket agreed to a $22,000,022 1-year contract with the Astros, of which he will receive about $12.8 million for the 4 remaining months of the season.

Clemens will start the season in the minors (where his son Koby plays, coincidentally), but is expected to make his first start for the Astros by last June.

"I have to now take the next step to get my body ready to come back, to be effective, win games and do what I'm used to doing, and that's being extremely competitive at a high level. My body feels good. Condition-wise, I'm great. I need some game experience. I haven't felt soreness in my legs like actual game situations." - - Roger Clemens

posted by Yankees Chick @ Thursday, June 01, 2006  
  • At 3:52 PM, Anonymous EDDY said…

    Too bad for us. He would have helped if only for his presence. Don't know if he's worth 22mm for the rest of the season and don't know if he could help the box office which always sells out.
    There has to be sombody or bodies out there with arms available for less that can bring the pennant to the Bronx though. Let's hope Cashman and George pick a winner.

  • At 12:15 PM, Blogger Lamoid said…

    I wouldn't be surprised if the Astros fall out of contention by the trading deadline, and they deal Clemens to the Yankees/Red sox

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