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Tuesday August 28th, 2012

Former pitcher Roger Clemens says he hasn't had any discussions to pitch again. (Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)

Retired pitcher Roger Clemens doesn't plan on pitching anytime soon, he told the Houston Chronicle on Tuesday.

"Not at this point,” Clemens said when asked if he was going to pitch again. “That could change in a couple days, but right now we haven’t talked to any of the guys or anything like that. This is good for it, good exercise. We’ll do a little cardio and try to get some more of that soreness out. It’s good soreness though. We came out of it all right and everybody had a good time, so that was the key.”
Clemens pitched on Saturday for the Sugar Land Skeeters of the Independent Atlantic League, allowing one hit against the Bridgeport Bluefish, striking out two without a walk while throwing 37 pitches. His fastball was clocked at 88 MPH.

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