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Clemens Looks Strong In Triple A Outing

It looks like Roger Clemens annual tour of the minor leagues may have ended on Monday night, as he looked dominant in an appearance for the Scranton-Wilkes Barre Yankees. Clemens overpowered the Toledo Mud Hens working six scoreless frames giving up just two hits, and struck out six as the Yankees beat the Mud Hens 2-0. Clemens did walk two but at times showed pinpoint control. as opposed to his last start for Trenton where he appeared to lose his control frequently.

Yankees vice president Billy Connors who was at the game, said this showed the parent club that Clemens was ready to join New York. Clemens, may still not pitch against the Boston Red Sox in their upcoming weekend series, as Mike Mussina, Chien-Ming Wang, and Andy Pettite are already scheduled to make the starts. Clemens will most likely make his 2007 MLB debut against the Chicago White Sox next Monday night.
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