Roger Clemens

Roger Clemens Is Going To Pitch Again
Roger Clemens is going to pitch in a professional baseball game once again.

On Monday, the 50-year-old Clemens, who hasn't pitched in a professional baseball game since 2007 with the New York Yankees, signed with the Sugar Land Skeeters, of Sugar Land, Texas, who play in the independent Atlant…
Dodgers’ Manager Calls Clemens Probe “A Waste”
Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly competed against Roger Clemens early in the right-hander's career.  He also was the Yankees' bench coach during Clemens' first season in the Bronx.
And, after Clemens was acquitted on six federal counts of perjury and obstruction of justic…
Clemens: Not Guilty
A jury has found Roger Clemens not guilty on six counts of perjury stemming from his appearance on Capitol Hill where he denied ever using performance enhancing drugs.
The jury deliberated for close to ten hours before reaching their verdict...
Clemens to Face Another Trial
A federal judge has ruled that Roger Clemens must face another perjury trial.
U. S. District Judge Reggie Walton, who presided over Clemens' first trial and declared a mistrial when prosecutors showed a video with inadmissible evidence, ruled that the prosecutors did not deliberately show eviden…
2013 May Hold The Key To The Future Of The MLB Hall of Fame
Mark McGwire, Rafael Palmeiro, and Jeff Bagwell all have been eligible for induction into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in recent years, but are still on the outside looking in.
As interesting as their omissions have been, 2013 will be even more intriguing.
Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Sammy S…
Mistrial Declared in Clemens Case
Because of inadmissible evidence shown to jurors, the judge in the Roger Clemens perjury trial has declared a mistrial.
U. S.  District Judge Reggie Walton made his ruling after prosecutors made statements not once, but twice about evidence that Walton had previously ruled inadmissible...

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