annually returning weed of major league baseball. was once a dominant pitcher,but has for the last four years has retired and continuously whined about making a decision to pitch again. for the last three years he played for his hometown houston astros, claiming he wanted to be near home and be in the same organization as his son.
he now claims that he wants to go to a contender, where he can "make a difference." he signed with the new york yankees, a team in desperate need of pitching.
coincidentally, he will be seen as a "savior" which will play serve into his massive ego. another team he said he considered was boston, the best team in baseball as of his signing, and a team that could also have used another starter. truth be told, he didn't sign with boston not because they didn't offer enough money (they offered about two million dollars a month less than new york's $28 million for roughly four months)but because he would not have been the same media circus he will be in new york; he would have almost blended in with hero curt schilling, 6-0 unbeaten josh beckett, japanese legend daisuke matsuzaka, and the rejuvenated tim wakefield.
roger clemens is a schmuck.