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Roger Clemens and Toronto catcher Charlie O'Brien stood for the singing of the Canadian national anthem before his first game back at Fenway Park.
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Clemens delivered the first pitch to Red Sox leadoff hitter Nomar Garciaparra.
Clemens, who is tied for the most wins in Red Sox history with Cy Young, had never pitched as a visitor at Fenway before.
Clemens struck out old teammate Mo Vaughn three times during the game.
Michael Robinson-Chavez/Globe Staff
Clemens had 16 strikeouts over eight innings to earn his 14th win.
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