One of the most well-known pitchers, for good and bad reasons, stepped back onto the mound this weekend for the University of Texas alumni game. Roger Clemens was the starter for the old guys, as he fanned two and got the third to fly out to center field. The 49-year-old wasn't the only MLB player at the event. Pitcher Huston Street and outfielder Drew Stubbs both made appearances as well. Clemens, who looks like he has put some weight since being out of the league, is up for the MLB Hall of Fame in the next vote. Faithful fans probably shouldn't hold their breath, though. 

[via Big League Stew]

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