IFT Past President Roger Clemens, DrPh, CFS, explains that we need a balance of fats and exercise to help our body function at its highest level and reduce the risk of diseases such as cardiovascular disease. Here are the top 5 reasons why you need fat in your diet: Energy: Fat provides a highly-concentrated form of […]
Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire's chances to enter the Hall of Fame are dwindling.
It looks like the only way Roger Clemens will ever get into the Baseball Hall of Fame is if he buys a ticket.
Roger Clemens turned over about 6,000 pages of emails in his endless legal battle with his former trainer, Brian McNamee, who is suing the disgraced pitcher for defamation in a Brooklyn federal court.
This year, there does not have to be massive debates about morality, legality or integrity, or the lack thereof, in Major League Baseball. Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and other admitted and/or suspected performance-enhancing drug users...Show More Summary
A day after a Brooklyn magistrate judge threatened to hold Roger Clemens in contempt for failure to turn over key documents to his former trainer, Brian McNamee, in McNamee’s defamation case, the federal judge who would preside over the trial ordered Clemens to comply with the order and not “invite consequences.”
Roger Clemens could be held in contempt of court and face sanctions for disobeying an order to turn over correspondence involving the disgraced baseball pitcher's agents and public relations guru to lawyers representing Clemens' former trainer, a Brooklyn judge said in court papers Tuesday.
Roger Clemens bobbed and weaved for much of a seven-hour deposition held in July at the Houston office of his attorney, Rusty Hardin. He could not explain how his DNA appeared on a steroid-laced needle and cotton balls.
Roger Clemens was deposed by Richard Emery in July in connection with Brian McNamee’s defamation suit against the former pitcher. A copy of the deposition was made available to The Times.
Roger Clemens was going full steam, telling a group of reporters gathered around his small table at a suite in Fenway Park how induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame doesn't keep him awake at nights, when a familiar face peered through the crowd, aviator glasses perched above a wide grin.
Roger Clemens won induction to the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame with shortstop Nomar Garciaparra, radio broadcaster Joe Castiglione, and fellow righty Pedro Martinez on Thursday. If the Cy Young Award-winner from the Dominican Republic...Show More Summary
Psst. He's right. The Baseball Writers Association of America doesn't believe Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are Hall of Fame players. More specifically, 65 percent of the voters don't believe Clemens or Bonds are Hall of Famers, as both received just 35 percent of the vote in the 2014 balloting, where 75 percent is necessary for induction. Show More Summary
BOSTON (AP) — Roger Clemens took advantage of his induction into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame to throw batting practice to two of his sons on the field at Fenway Park. Then, it was off to Chicago to see another son play in a high school All-America game at Wrigley Field.
If the only Hall of Fame that includes Roger Clemens as a member is the one at Fenway Park, the Rocket says he is cool with that. Clemens – the seven-time Cy Young Award winner whose career has been tainted by his inclusion in the Mitchell...Show More Summary
Roger Clemens is being inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame. And the seven-time Cy Young award winner says he isn't worried about whether he will be elected to the national shrine in Cooperstown.
The Baseball Hall of Fame has reduced the number of years a player can remain eligible to be voted in by the writers to 10 years from 15, giving Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens less time to be considered.
For the first time since he testified before Congress in 2008, Roger Clemens will again go under oath, when attorneys representing the seven-time Cy Young Award winner's former personal trainer, Brian McNamee, depose Clemens in connection with McNamee's defamation case.
On May 6, 1998, Chicago Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood, who was just 20 years old at the time, tied Roger Clemens' major league record with 20 strikeouts during a nine-inning game vs. the Houston Astros. Watch all 20 of his strikeouts in the video above. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
It was on this day in 1986 that Roger Clemens became the first pitcher in MLB history to strikeout 20 batters in a nine inning major league game. Clemens accomplished the feat against the Seattle Mariners in a game played at Fenway Park. Clemens would achieve this mark in only his third full season, at […]
Roger Clemens better not be one second late for his Tuesday court date in Brooklyn - the judge is already sick of his delay tactics.