Originally Posted by growing_older
I saw reports that he pitched reasonably well. Does he expect that becoming the oldest currently active professional baseball player and pitching like kids half his age will improve his case that he didn't use performance enhancing drugs?
One theory I heard is that if he makes it back to the bigs this year, then the his hall of fame eligibility gets pushed back until he retires again. The thinking is maybe by that time the voters might see him differently.
I can picture Jaime Moyer warming up now to make another comeback to defend his oldest pitcher record
. Just did a wiki search Clemens is actually a few months older than Moyer. So, if Clemens makes it to the bigs and wins, Moyer would have to wait for Clemens to retire again. First things first.