The New York Times is profiling Roger Clemens startaling season.
I've always admired him, even when I hated him as a Red Sox. He is a great competitor and a shrewed negotiator, but what's up with his children?
His family's home is about 20 minutes from the Astros' ballpark. As part of Clemens's one-year contract, the Astros granted him unusual autonomy on days he is not scheduled to pitch. He can travel separately from the team when he wants to spend more time with his wife, Debbie, and their four sons - Koby, 17; Kory, 15; Kacy, 9; and Kody, who turns 8 on Saturday.
Is he trying to be George Foreman?