No mention of Ryan brings plenty of disbelief

May 27, 2003
By Rob Neyer
In the wake of Roger Clemens' failure to register victory No. 300 and my recent article suggesting that Clemens should at least be considered as the greatest pitcher since World War II, a few follow-up notes ...

After reading your article about Roger Clemens, I was wondering: Was there anything special about his college career or first few seasons in the minor leagues that could have pointed to such a brilliant career? And following that up, are there any pitchers out there ...

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