Jim Leyland believes Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens will eventually get into Cooperstown.
First baseman Kacy Clemens led Texas with 12 home runs this season.
When you’re bringing in someone as a guest analyst for one MLB game, does it help if they’re a prominent former player who holds numerous club records? Sure! But it also might help if the team in question isn’t the Boston Red Sox and...Show More Summary
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Thirty-four years after Texas and pitcher Roger Clemens celebrated a College World Series championship, two younger Clemens are chasing another title with the Longhorns
Friday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at Zack Greinke’s resurgence, Jeurys Familia’s injury, and the anniversary of an infamous Roger Clemens surprise. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Roger Clemens is a big-talking Texan in a recent interview with FOX Sports broadcaster Joe Buck.
Former Sen. George Mitchell did not take kindly to Roger Clemens' recent interview on "Undeniable with Joe Buck
Roger Clemens is frustrated.
Clemens even accuses Senator Mitchell of making close to $40M to include him
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.
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.