Now that Roger Clemens has been found not guilty on all six counts of perjury, talk can resume on whether or not he is worthy of induction into the Hall of Fame. This will undoubtedly lead to critical analysis of his career, though at face value, Clemens’ numbers should make his case a fairly simple one. However, many people are under the impression that Clemens only has a Hall of Fame case because his career received an unethical boost following his bitter breakup with the Red Sox.
Roger Clemens deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. He is legitimately one of the greatest pitchers to ever play the game. Over his 23-year career in the majors, he has 354 wins, just under 15 wins per year. He has 4,672 strikeouts, w... Read Post
For almost five years, the federal government had been after Roger Clemens. On Monday, their pursuit of the former New York Yankees star pitcher came to an end as a jury found Clemens not guilty on all six counts of perjury charges.... Read Post