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Roger Clemens couldn't be happier that he gets to pitch in Houston and spend time with his family. (AP)
Clemens getting best of both worlds

When Roger Clemens agreed to come out of retirement to pitch for Houston, there was a newfound dedication to family life facing him. He wouldn't have it any other way. "Definitely, the best Father's Day present is just being there and being able to do the things I haven't been able to do," he said. Full story >
prostate cancer awareness
Rolen joins prostate cancer fight
Scott Rolen's life hasn't been directly affected by prostate cancer. But as the Cardinals' third baseman sees it, that's pretty much irrelevant.

Tino seeks to raise awareness
As a veteran Major Leaguer and former All-Star, Tino Martinez has learned what's important in life.

Rox help strike out prostate cancer
Rockies manager Clint Hurdle and first baseman Todd Helton are teaming up with the Prostate Cancer Foundation to raise money and awareness.

The Yankees join MLB to fight cancer
Joe Torre and Jason Giambi are taking a swing at prostate cancer this month.

Sweeney raises cancer awareness
For Royals first baseman Mike Sweeney, the menace of prostate cancer struck very close to home.

Blalock joins battle
Rangers third baseman Hank Blalock has joined the fight against prostate cancer.

prostate cancer awarenessMLB, MLB Players Trust join together for Home Run Challenge
This Father's Day (June 20) MLB and the MLB Players Trust will join together to support prostate cancer research and awareness. More >
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