http://msn.foxsports.com/story/2631146 Houston Astros pitcher Roger Clemens was asked to leave a youth baseball game over the weekend for arguing a close call that went against his son's team. Clemens was at the game Saturday watching his son, Kacy, compete in a 10-and-under game organized by Triple Crown Sports when Clemens contested a call at second base that went against the Katy Cowboys. He spit sunflower seeds at an umpire's leg and was asked to leave, said Jim Carpenter, a field supervisor with Triple Crown. "I supported the umpire's decision and he (Clemens) respectfully left," Carpenter told the Craig Daily Press. Katy lost the game to the Bakersfield Curve, 11-5. Yup, that's what we need. More Daddys setting a fine example for the youth of this country to follow. Thanks Roger, thanks a whole lot.