Roger Clemens' baseball comeback will continue.
The 50-year-old is going to make another start for the independent Sugar Land Skeeters minor league team on Sept. 7, according to reports. FOX 26 KRIV in Texas was the first to report the news.
While Clemens has denied any grand plans of returning to Major League Baseball, this won't do much to quiet the whispers that he is angling to pitch for the Houston Astros again. Pitching in the major leagues would reset Clemens' Hall of Fame eligibility, because rules dictate that a player must be retired for five years before getting voted on for induction.
In his first start for the Skeeters on Aug. 26, Clemens threw 3 13 scoreless innings in a 1-0 win. He struck out two and allowed one hit, and afterwards expressed interest in another start if his body responded well.