Looks like it'll be a wild finish to the 2012 season. But chances are, it won't be as wild as the way the season unfolded in 1962. (Hint: That one started with ticker tape for Casey Stengel.)
That Roger Clemens comeback with the Sugar Land Skeeters this weekend? To Jim Caple, it's got the makings of a movie plot, hatched with some of the Rocket's friends who have their own Hall of Fame issues.
What's in store for Roger Clemens, once he finally takes the mound for the Yankees? Jim Caple takes a look in his crystal ball.
Jim Caple gives us a peek at the riveting speech Roger Clemens delivered to his Yankees brethren.
He's 43, and his back hurts. But Roger Clemens is still the Rocket, starting Houston's first-ever World Series game.
The only surprising thing about Roger Clemens' decision to come out of retirement is that he made it so quickly.
With a win in Game 6, the Red Sox set up yet another showdown between Pedro Martinez and Roger Clemens.
Roger Clemens showed overpowering stuff in Game 3, which begs the question why is the Rocket retiring?
Roger Clemens enters his Game 3 start against the Twins with the thought that it could perhaps be his last.