Following his return to a pitching mound over the weekend, 50-year-old Roger Clemens told the Houston Chronicle that he has no immediate plans to pitch again.
But he didn't rule it out, either.
"That could change in a couple days, but right now we haven't talked to any of the guys or anything like that," Clemens told the paper.
Clemens, who has won 354 games during a 24-year big-league career, threw 3 1/3 scoreless innings for the Independent Sugar Land Skeeters. His final season in the major leagues came in 2007, when he went 6-6 with a 4.18 ERA in 99 innings for the New York Yankees.