Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens deserve their plaques in Cooperstown.
This week, an appeals court tossed out Barry Bonds’s conviction for obstructing justice. The news served as a reminder of the colossal failure of the federal government’s war on sports doping: Roger Clemens was acquitted outright, Bonds...Show More Summary
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens have moved on, their names cleared. The cloud of steroids remains over baseball and all sports.
According to MLB's new Franchise Four contest, that is. If they're two of the greatest players of all-time, though, something's not adding up. Congratulations to the MLB.com marketing team, who have come up with yet another marketing scheme that makes baseball fans argue with each other. Show More Summary
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting (heh) that Teddy Schwarzman, producer of the Best Picture-nominated “The Imitation Game,” has landed the rights to make “The Rocket,” the Hollywood retelling of Roger Clemens’s final years as a professional baseball player: Jeffrey Gelber and Ryan Belenzon wrote the script, which delves into the latter half of the career […]
Are we, as a culture, ready for a Roger Clemens movie? A biopic about the pitching great could soon be in development, following a bidding war over a script for a Clemens film, titled The Rocket. According to The Hollywood Reporter,Show More Summary
Former Major League Baseball pitching great Roger Clemens on Wednesday reached a settlement to a defamation lawsuit filed years ago by a former trainer who said he injected Clemens with performance-enhancing drugs, Newsday reported.
A defamation lawsuit filed by Brian McNamee against former Cy Young winner Roger Clemens was settled out of court Wednesday. According to Jake Pearson of The Associated Press, McNamee will receive an undisclosed fee from Clemens' insurer. Show More Summary
Lawyers representing Clemens and lawyers for his former trainer Brian McNamee reached a settlement in McNamee’s long-running defamation suit against Clemens.
The seven-year war between Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee appears to be over. The former Yankee superstar agreed to settle the defamation lawsuit McNamee filed against him in 2009 on Wednesday for an undisclosed amount, seven years after Clemens called McNamee "disturbed" and claimed he had manufactured evidence of steroid injections.
NEW YORK (AP) — Attorneys say they've settled a long-running defamation lawsuit against former Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens by his ex-trainer. The lawyers and ex-trainer Brian McNamee appeared before a U.S. Show More Summary
Can you spot the male model in this pic? Trick question... there's two! MLB legend Roger Clemens threw on his finest aqua bowtie and hit the runway at Theresa Roemer's Fashion Woodlands in Houston last week. The Rocket --…
Teddy Schwarzman, a producer who recently worked on the Alan Turing biopic The Imitation Game, has just picked up the rights to The Rocket, a drama based on baseball player Roger Clemens. Or, as The Hollywood Reporter puts it, he’s “taking...Show More Summary
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.
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.