It's amazing what Clemens is doing at his age, and it's a shame (for him, not me) that he's getting no run support. People have claimed that Roger's struggles with the Sox in his last few years was due to a bad bullpen and poor run support. I was actually looking at Tony Pena's stats, and Clemens' stats jumped out at me.
1993: 11-14, 4.46 ERA
1994: 9-7, 2.85 ERA
1995: 10-5, 4.18 ERA
1996: 10-13, 3.63 ERA
1997 with Blue Jays: 21-7, 2.05 ERA (And people wonder why Sox fans don't like him)
Dan Duquette's gotten too much criticism for "letting" Clemens go.