Houston Astros pitcher Roger Clemens' had his orange Hummer stolen Wednesday when his son, Koby, was driving it to school. The young Clemens left the Hummer unlocked. Hopefully without the keys inside. Police did discover the vehicle dumped in a parking lot later that afternoon. The SUV was actually in decent shape so it looks like someone wanted to take a joyride. The Hummer was given to Clemens as a present from the New York Yankess for his 300th win and the pitcher offered a $10,000 reward for the vehicle's return. Now that is a car owner that loves his car. No word if it was a H2 or H1.
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