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Fla. The Associated Press Published Monday, Feb. 18 2013, 4:35 PM EST Last updated Monday, Feb. 18 2013, 4:35 PM EST Roger Clemens said little publicly in the immediate aftermath of the Hall of Fame vote. Over a month later, he's willing to share
Roger Clemens shrugged off Mike Piazza 's comments in his autobiography that he took karate lessons after he was beaned by the pitcher, just in case they had another confrontation. The former New York Mets catcher discussed Clemens in his
Stories Long before Roger Clemens was acquitted of perjury over the summer, Rusty Hardin argued that a fair-minded jury would agree that there was little evidence that the former Yankee star had used performance-enhancing drugs during his long and
The Sports Xchange Following his return to a pitching mound over the weekend, 50-year-old Roger Clemens told the Houston Chronicle that he has no immediate plans to pitch again. But he didn't rule it out, either. "That could change in a couple days,
Despite being retired from Major League Baseball since 2007, the harried traveling is somewhat routine, according to Clemens, who plans to participate in future World Am tournaments. It's part of my schedule and the way we do things, Clemens said...I'
Don't think for a minute Roger Clemens isn't dreaming of returning to the big leagues. Or the Houston Astros aren't dreaming of putting him on the mound next month...Now he's challenging Mother Nature, out to prove he can do what other 50-year-olds
New York City New York Former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre believes former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens belongs into the Baseball Hall Of Fame despite Clemens being accused of using performance enchancing drugs.
Look out Roger Clemens , you might have to go under oath again. Attorneys for Brian McNamee , the former Yankee pitcher's chief steroid accuser, say they hope to take a videotaped deposition from Clemens and his wife, Debbie, later this year in the
A trainer who testified that he injected Roger Clemens with performance-enhancing drugs intends to proceed with a defamation lawsuit against the baseball legend despite Clemens' recent acquittal on perjury charges, his lawyer said on Wednesday after
Roger Clemens rejected a plea deal that would have spared him prison time...Clemens lawyer Rusty Hardin says in a telephone interview that prosecutors offered to let the former pitcher plead guilty to one count of lying to Congress when he denied