The longtime sports agent for ex-Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens was busted in Houston Jan. 10 for allegedly soliciting prostitution.
As the years go by and more and more suspected PED users get elected into the baseball hall of fame, Hall of Famer Frank Thomas believes that everyone from Roger Clemens to Barry Bonds should be let in if that’s the case. During the Chicago White Sox’s annual fan convention, the ‘Big Hurt’ spoke out against players using PEDs […]
Cut the crap and put Barry Bonds in Cooperstown already... so says possible future Hall of Famer Andruw Jones. Same goes for Pete Rose and Roger Clemens. Jones doesn't seem to care about the allegations against the 3 Cooperstown outcasts --…
Imagine if Derek Jeter had to give back a World Series ring because it was proven that Roger Clemens or A-Rod had failed a PED test.
After Wednesday's announcement of the 2017 Hall of Fame inductees, most of the talk is about Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, performance-enhancing drugs and the like. I wrote something on the subject if you're not sick of it yet. Here'sShow More Summary
Brace yourselves, steroid hard-liners: Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are going to the Hall of Fame. Not this year. According to results released Wednesday by the Baseball Writers' Association of America, Bonds got 238 votes, or 53.9 percent, and Clemens got 239, or 54.1 percent. Show More Summary
Raines was selected for Cooperstown in his last time on the writers’ ballot. Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, still tainted by scandal, fell short again.
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens made significant gains in the 2017 balloting, but what does that mean?
Martinez saw a huge spike from 2016, up from 43.4% to 58.6% Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez got the ultimate call on Wednesday, voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Those...Show More Summary
Support for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens entering the Hall of Fame is on the rise, and perhaps even more encouragingly is that fewer voters are picking one but not the other.
The PED-tainted superstars have trended upward in recent Hall of Fame voting.
Voting for the Baseball Hall of Fame is changing with growing transparency and a change in the voting body. Here's how Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Curt Schilling, and others factor in.
Barry Bonds took his last swing in the major leagues 10 years ago. Roger Clemens threw his final fastball in the major leagues 10 years ago. The Hall of Fame has had a decade to figure out what to do about Bonds and Clemens. It has done nothing, which is exactly the right thing. They are two of...
Roger Clemens could have kept his mouth shut. People would have believed what they were going to believe. But Mr. Clemens went to Washington in 2008, for an extraordinary day of political theater. Clemens testified under oath that he never had used steroids. Rep. Henry Waxman, the chairman of the...
Roger Clemens could have kept his mouth shut. People would have believed what they were going to believe. But Clemens went to Washington in 2008, for an extraordinary day of political theater. Clemens testified under oath that he never had used steroids. Rep. Henry Waxman, the chairman of the congressional...
The Rocket was one of the greatest pitchers of all-time, but...
Maybe Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Manny Ramirez and others who were on the cutting edge of the performance-enhancing drug era eventually will be voted into the Hall of Fame by the general electorate. Maybe last month's election of former...Show More Summary
In newly revealed ballots, voters have not changed their minds about two candidates dogged by their association with steroid use.
It’s going to take some finesse to gussy up the fact that Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens would arrive at the Hall laden with suspicions of drug use.
Some say it is hypocritical to continue rejecting former stars like Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens when nonplaying figures from that era have gotten in.