The latest PWE to arrive as part of the never ending back and forth between Mark Kaz of This Way to the Clubhouse and I was possibly the most random assortment yet. For example, I wasn't even sure what this Roger Clemens game card was when I first laid eyes on it. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, the Baseball Hall of Fame’s class of 2016 was announced. It included Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza, and, for the fourth straight year, it did not include Roger Clemens. While Clemens’ percentage of votes rose from 37 percent in 2015 to 45 percent this year, he still finds himself well short of the minimum […]
Roy Halladay ?is firing back at his hero-turned-nemesis, Roger Clemens... telling TMZ Sports ?he wasn't a cheater, and Clemens is just trying to deflect. The former Blue Jays teammates started warring because Halladay…
As it turned out, nothing about the Hall of Fame voting this year indicated that the electorate was warming to the idea of electing Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens
Wheels keep on spinning round.
Roger Clemens and Roy Halladay were teammates for one month, when Halladay was first called up to Toronto as a rookie at the end of 1998. They did not, it seems, become fast friends. Read more...
Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza are on their way to the Baseball Hall of Fame after receiving over 75 percent of votes from the Baseball Writers' Association of America on Wednesday. One of the 30 other players who didn't make it was...Show More Summary
The greatest hitter and pitcher of their generation were once again shut out of Cooperstown, thanks to the petty, sanctimonious, grudge-holding members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Mike Piazza and Ken Griffey Jr. did make it in, though, and they were pretty great ballplayers. Read more...
My Hall of Fame ballot: Jeff Bagwell, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Mussina, Mike Piazza, Tim Raines, Curt Schilling, Alan Trammell and Larry…
With the 2016 MLB Hall of Fame class set to be unveiled Wednesday, there will be a couple of storylines to keep an eye on. The most intriguing aspect of the class will be whether or not former Seattle Mariners superstar Ken Griffey Jr. Show More Summary
Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and other tainted stars of the Steroids Era appear likely to get a boost in Hall of Fame balloting, but not enough to enter Cooperstown this year.
The performance came before the enhancing for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens; they make Richard Griffin's ballot.
While the final tally is not yet in, many of the voters for the Baseball Hall of Fame have released their ballots, and with it, more are selecting the likes of Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and others clouded in PED controversy.
Brian McNamee, the former trainer for pitcher Roger Clemens, was reportedly arrested for DUI Monday on Long Island.
Brian McNamee, who told Congress that he had injected pitcher Roger Clemens with steroids, was charged on Long Island with driving while intoxicated, driving while impaired by drugs and unlicensed driving.
The rogues on my Hall of Fame ballot nudge my conscience and invite my vote, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Sammy Sosa, Mark McGwire. The first two are easy to consider because without their late career deceit, they were already Hall of Famers. Not so Sosa and McGwire, especially McGwire, a thumper...
Here are some things that have happened on the storied grounds of Fenway Park: - Ted Williams' 502-foot home run on June 9, 1946 - The first four-game sweep in World Series history (by the Boston Braves in 1914) - Roger Clemens striking out 20 batters in one game (1986) - A BIG OL' BRAWL between the Galway and Dublin curling teams during the AIG Fenway Hurling Classic on Sunday
We talk about Roger Clemens here a lot don’t we? Let’s do it again! Recently, we discussed Clemens and the Baseball Hall of Fame and in a recent interview with 98.5, the Sports Hub in Boston had this to say: “It would obviously be a Boston hat…That’s where I got my start and my nickname. Show More Summary
ImageContent(5629042ce4b0443bb562ecc0,56287ba71400002b003c8d48,Image,HectorAssetUrl(56287ba71400002b003c8d48,Some(crop_0_14_1899_1070),Some(jpeg?cache=43EqitpHM0)),DON EMMERT via Getty Images,) It all happened so quickly. One pitch and a swing later, the sharp shard of a broken bat flew toward the pitcher's mound. Show More Summary
So, this is actually happening -- Roger Clemens in a real life pitching duel with Oil Can Boyd... in a real life baseball game... in the year 2015. It's all going down in the Mens Senior Baseball League -- 50-and over division -- in Tempe,…