Thursday, September 15, 2005

MLB BUZZ

IN THE MEMORY OF LOVING MOTHER

Indeed a sobbing heart, a crying soul takes a toll, but Houston’s pitcher Roger Clemens stared momentarily at the ground before throwing his first pitch. His mother Bess Clemens died at the age of 75 because of complications from emphysema, but Clemens still dared to take the mound against the Florida Marlins, earning his 12th win of the season. This is indeed his positive spirit that he preferred not to lament and to move on because like a good son he wanted to fulfill his mother’s dream.

A mother not attending his son’s coronation ceremony means a lot for a son and special occasions like Hall of Fame also calls for family jubilations.

On May 26, 2003, Bess graced her son’s 300th win against Boston. His mother also threw the ceremonial first pitch before a Yankees game in August 2003. Now all of this has become a passé, giving her family some glorious moments for the Clemens family to ponder over forever.

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