Not the ending Clemens hoped for
NEW YORK -- As he trudged off the mound Thursday night, there was no tip of the hat, no triumphant wave to the fans, nothing befitting what might have been the final exit of baseball's latest 300-game winner.
Instead, Roger Clemens walked purposely toward the dugout, his head down, knocked out in the fourth inning of the most important game of the season for the New York Yankees.
He was trailing 4-0 after yielding home runs to Trot Nixon and
Bill Mueller. There were runners on first ...
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