Rob Neyer isn't sure if Roger Clemens is throwing his splitter more often, but this is certain: It's the key to his middle-aged success.
Rob Neyer dips into his mailbag and says Roger Clemens didn't improve as he moved into his early 40s.
This year's Gold Glove choices prove once again that the voters are either lazy or willfully ignorant.
With several aging players on their roster, it might be smart for the Astros to start changing the look of their team in '06.
It's anyone's series in the NL, but Bartolo Colon's absence is still enough to give Chicago the AL edge.
Zack Greinke was supposed to be the next Greg Maddux, but he's a long way off.
It's not easy to pick Roger Clemens' greatest season, but he's making a strong case for this one.
Quality Starts is a quality stat and reflects a pitcher's effectiveness better than wins.
It's harder than ever to pull off a "blockbuster," but there were five big deals over the last decade.
When it comes to dynamic pitching duos, Roger Clemens and Roy Oswalt are as good as it gets.
What could make a certain columnist feel kind of foolish this time of year? Writing off the Braves, of course.