Dislexic Irishman wrote:Saw on ESPN the other day someone say that Clemens is now a lock to enter the hall of fame as a Yankee.
Clemens pitched better for Boston, Toronto, and Houston than for NY. In 5 seasons (now 5.5) with the yanks he was just an average pitcher. He has K's and W's but ERA's of 4.6 3.7 3.51 4.35 and 3.91 there. WHIP wasn't great either. I don't see how pitching decent and winning a world series with one team would take precedence over being dominant for more than twice as long but not winning a world series with another team. Am I right?
He really has a few options, IMHO. A case could be made for any place not named Houston and, to a lesser extent, Toronto. I would have no issue if he went in with a Boston cap. His relationship with the HOF will probably allow him to have a bigger say than most.