Roger Clemens hasn't announced his 2007 plans. Who's leading the race to sign him—the Astros, Yankees or Red Sox? The update:
AFTER THROWING OUT the first pitch at the University of Texas alumni baseball game last Saturday, Clemens told The Daily Texan he hadn't decided if he will play. But he added, "The only reason why I'd continued to play was because of my teammates calling me." One player sent the message that he'd like to see Clemens back in the Bronx. Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano last week changed his number from 22 to 24—clearing the way for the Rocket to reclaim the number that graced his pinstripes for seven seasons.