Roger Clemens was back on the mound again Friday night and the 50-year-old didn't disappoint.
Clemens pitched 4 2/3 scoreless innings for Sugar Land of the independent Atlantic League with his oldest son Koby catching him against Long Island.
Pitching in front of a sellout crowd that included country music star and Clemens buddy Toby Keith and Houston rapper Paul Wall, Clemens looked better than he did last month when he tossed 3 1/3 scoreless innings for the Skeeters.
He allowed two hits and struck out one.
The seven-time Cy Young Award winner pitched a perfect first inning before getting his only strikeout when he caught Brandon Sing looking to start the second. The first hit was a two-out single by Matt Esquivel in the second. He retired the side in the third and allowed one hit -- a single -- in the fourth.
His last out of the fourth inning was a flyout on a ball hit by former Met Timo Perez. He had faced Clemens before, going 0-for-4 against him the second game of the 2000...