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Page 2 home decor: Roger Clemens

Originally Published: August 19, 2009
By Kurt Snibbe and Thomas Neumann | Page 2

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Roger ClemensKurt Snibbe / ESPN.com

Until the Mitchell report is eventually made into an generation-defining motion picture, the best way to document its impact might be with this fantastic Roger Clemens decoration. Who could forget the Rocket's act in Game 2 of the 2000 World Series, when he produced one of the most conspicuous displays of alleged 'roid rage? Even better was the knee-slapper he offered to home plate umpire Charlie Reliford for throwing the jagged barrel of a broken bat at Mets catcher Mike Piazza: "I thought it was the ball." Well played, Rajah. Ummm, then why didn't you throw it to first base?


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