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Baseball: Roger Clemens Profile

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Baseball: Roger Clemens Profile

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Baseball: Roger Clemens Profile

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The New York Yankees lose Game 4 of the World Series to the Florida Marlins last night in the 12th inning. After pitching seven innings, Yankee pitcher Roger Clemens left the game. The 41-year-old is the oldest pitcher to start a World Series game since 1929. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.

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