Despite being just three months short of turning 45, Clemens continues to intimidate opposing batters and show flashes of why he won the AL Cy Young in 2001 and went 18-4 in 2004. His presence both on the mound and in the clubhouse will help the Yankees to turn around the frustration of losing five of six to the Red Sox and going 9-14 overall in the month of April.
But will an approximated 20 starts for Clemens be enough to help the Yankees to the AL East title? Is there any guarantee Clemens will be productive? And just how big is this news? Does it overshadow Barry Bonds?
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