July 2, 2007: Roger Clemens earns his 350th win, pitching eight innings while allowing only two hits, leading the Yankees over the visiting Minnesota Twins 5-1.

Clemens became the first major league pitcher since Warren Spahn to win 350 games. He is one of only three pitchers to reach this milestone during the live-ball era. Greg Maddux joined Clemens and Spahn in 2008, a year after Clemens reached the mark.

Clemens pitched 24 MLB seasons with Boston Red Sox (1984-1996), Toronto Blue Jays (1997-1998), Yankees (1999-2003, 2007) and Houston Astros (2004-2006).

Clemens has a record seven Cy Young Awards and won the World Series twice with the Yanks (1999, 2000).

During his illustrious career, Clemens piled up 354 wins, a 3.12 average ERA and 4,672 strikeouts, the third-most all time.

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