A team of 24 former MLB players, including Roger Clemens and Chipper Jones, will compete against mostly summer collegiate teams in the National Baseball Congress World Series at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium in Wichita (KS) starting July 29. Read more here. Read press release here.
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The indy pro Bridgeport Bluefish (Atlantic League) hired Ken Shepard as their new general manager last month, and he wasted little time stirring up some fun and publicity by trying to lure former All-Star catcher Mike Piazza to Bridgeport to face seven-time Cy Young Award winner and Sugar Land Skeeters hired gun Roger Clemens. Shepard has a lot of work to Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Seven-time Cy Young Award winner and two-time World Series Champion Roger Clemens paced the Sugar Land Skeeters to a 1-0 win in game two Saturday night at Constellation Field in front of a sold out crowd of 7724. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – On Saturday, August 25 in Sugar Land, TX the Bridgeport Bluefish will go head-to-head with the Sugar Land Skeeters and square off against seven-time Cy Young Award Winner Roger Clemens. The former Red Sox and Yankee hurler will be making his first professional appearance since pitching for the Bronx Bombers in 2007. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Eleven time All Star and seven time Cy Young Award Winner Roger Clemens is scheduled to join the Sugar Land Skeeters of the Atlantic League. Clemens will be in uniform on Friday August 24, and will make his first start for the Skeeters this Saturday, August 25, at Constellation Field. Continue reading
Former Major League Baseball star pitcher Roger Clemens was a acquitted Monday on all charges that he lied to Congress about his alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs. Read more here.
Federal prosecutors will take another shot at former MLB pitcher Roger Clemens starting Monday, after a mistrial was declared in his first perjury trial for allegedly lying to Congress about using steriods. Read more here.
Former MLB pitcher Roger Clemens goes on trial today in federal court for allegedly lying to Congress about his steroid use. As you recall, “The Rocket” marched up to Capitol Hill to voluntarily (was not subpoenaed) testify before Congress to defend himself, after his name appeared in the Mitchell Report 82 times. It backfired. Read more here and here.