By From Wire Services | February 17, 2007
Roger Clemens has given himself just a 20 percent chance of returning to the mound next season.
"[My son] Koby asked me when we were working out, he was doing more of a workout than I was," Clemens told Houston television station KRIV-TV in an interview quoted on MLB.com yesterday.
"I still told him 80-20 that I wasn't going to play.
"We get little notes at my foundation about people saying they wish I would make up my mind and decide because I am leaving people hanging. I'm not leaving anybody hanging.
"I don't want to play," added Clemens, a seven-time Cy Young Award winner.
If Clemens, 44, does return for a 24th season, it will probably be back with the Astros, Yankees, or Red Sox.
"The teams that are involved, I think they've got really good clubs that are together, and if somebody stubs their toe and my phone rings in May, I might have to think about it," Clemens said.