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Clemens reason for Pettitte's pause?

Yankees lefty still waffling about next season as The Rocket's perjury trial looms

Updated: January 8, 2011, 3:01 PM ET
By Wallace Matthews | ESPNNewYork.com

Nearly four years after he cashed his last Yankees paycheck, $18 million for a half-season's work and a 6-6 record, it is possible that Roger Clemens is still exacting a heavy price from the team.

We are now barely a month away from the beginning of spring training and Andy Pettitte has still not decided whether he wants to pitch in 2011.

On Thursday, he told a New York Post reporter who showed up on his doorstep in Deer Park, Texas, the same thing he told reporters in the clubhouse ...

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