It's been a rough time in retirement from the MLB, that's for sure (even though he's going to start playing in a different league soon).
Roger Clemens has been found not guilty of perjury in a steroid scandal, so his chances of getting into the Hall of Fame are better than ever.
Though, it doesn't seem to matter much to him at the moment.
Here's what he said:
"I can't control it. It's not going to change my life either way."
That's pretty blunt.
"The Hall of Fame is great. I've got a lot of great buddies there. The guys that are there paved the way for me to do what I love to do and make a lot of money doing it, take care of my family."
We'd think he'd be more excited about it, but we totally get that he's not really feeling it after being dragged through the mud with this steroid scandal.
Like we said, he'll be coming back to pro baseball this weekend as the newest member of the Sugar Land Skeeters, a Houston-area minor league.
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