We did, indeed, get to see Roger Clemens pitch. In eight full innings he gave up just four hits and two runs -- which actually RAISED his ERA to 1.30 for the season. And with that incredible ERA, wouldn't you guess he's about 10-0? Nope. He's pitching for the Astros. He's 3-3. Yesterday, when he left the game, they were behind 2-0. After relief pitchers came in for one inning, they lost 9-0. But just watching him is amazing. The guy is 42 -- just six years younger than I am. His fastball is no longer 98 (usually around 90 now), but he's smarter. He's hitting corners and throwing different kinds of pitches more often. Lots of cameras clicked every time he faced Ken Griffey, Jr. Remember when he was supposed to be the GREATEST PLAYER EVER? And his first several years in Seattle made it seem like that might be true. Alas, a trade to Cincinnati and injury-after-injury have made him a so-so player. But he's still Ken Griffey, Jr. Today we return to the BONE GUY to see how Chris's back is doing.