Clemens takes aim at possible last start

Roger Clemens enters his Game 3 start against the Twins with the thought that it could perhaps be his last.

Originally Published: October 3, 2003
By Jim Caple | ESPN.com

MINNEAPOLIS -- This is where it all began 19 years ago, and this is where it could all end Saturday.

Roger Clemens won the first of his 310 victories in the Metrodome back in 1984 -- when Jerry Remy was a Boston teammate and Kirby Puckett was a Minnesota rookie -- and he'll take the mound under the Teflon sky in Game 3 of the Yankees-Twins Division Series with no guarantee that he'll ever pitch another major league game.

Not that Clemens is looking at it that way. Or at least, ...

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