If you were wondering what Roger Clemens could do with $21,521,000, he could:

- Make a chain of $1 bills that would stretch from Fenway Park to just short of Las Vegas, more than 2,080 miles.- Get 100 box seats for every major league game through the year 2000, including the two new National League expansion teams.

- Buy every seat at Fenway Park for 57 games this season. His friends would miss 24 games; Clemens might miss five because of his suspension.

- Pay the salaries of all big league umpires for the next five years.

- Fly everyone in his hometown of Katy, Texas - pop. 6,000 - to Boston and back for opening day, the first game of the playoffs and the first game of the World Series.

- Buy a fully equipped, American mid-sized car for each player he's struck out in the major leagues. That's more than 1,400 of them.

- Get a hot dog, soft drink and bag of peanuts for everyone who saw the Red Sox play in person last season.

- Buy a wooden bat for every one of the 2.5 million Little Leaguers worldwide.

- Get a good glove for everyone in a small city, such as Louisville.

- In 1985, he could've bought the Pittsburgh Pirates, almost. The franchise sold for $22 million.

- In 1962, he could've bought Dodger Stadium. The ballpark was built for about $20 million.