YORK -- Roger Clemens will pitch at Sovereign Bank Stadium -- just not in a real game.
The York Revolution announced Friday that Clemens, now a member of the Sugar Land Skeeters, will throw a side session on Tuesday in York.
The practice session is open to the public, provided each fan has a ticket for that night's game. Clemens will begin throwing at 5 p.m. and gates will open fifteen minutes early, at 4:45 p.m.
Clemens is scheduled to pitch again for the Skeeters on September 7 and if he throws well, he could be signed by the Houston Astros, CBSSports.com reported Thursday.
Houston general manager Jeff Luhnow told CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman that the Astros plan to have a scout at that game. Should he sign with Houston, Clemens may take the mound for the Astros five days later, on Sept. 12 against the Cubs.