Clemens, Clemens ... and more Clemens

In his attempt to win 300 career games, Roger Clemens has unearthed many factoids.

Originally Published: June 7, 2003
By Jayson Stark | ESPN.com

We interrupt our continuous cork-o-mania coverage for a little 300th-win edition of the Useless Information Department:

When Roger Clemens allowed eight runs to the Red Sox on Memorial Day in his first attempt to win his 300th game, it was the most runs allowed by a pitcher trying for his 300th win since Phil Niekro (the only other man to win his 300th as a Yankee) gave up eight to the Tigers on Sept. 24, 1985. The only other pitcher to give up eight runs in an attempt to win No. 300, according ...

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