Brian McNamee, the chief prosecution witness in the Roger Clemens perjury trial, conceded Thursday that he initially lied about his involvement with steroids.
Brian McNamee testified Tuesday that he saved medical waste after injecting Roger Clemens with steroids because his wife complained that McNamee was going to be the fall guy.
Injured and defeated in a playoff game against the Boston Red Sox, Roger Clemens asked for the man who could “push his buttons.” He asked for Brian McNamee.
Roger Clemens’ lawyer Rusty Hardin told the judge in the former baseball pitcher’s perjury trial on Wednesday that the defense has additional questions it wants to ask Kirk Radomski when it makes its case to the jurors.
Kirk Radomski, who provided performance-enhancing drugs to dozens of Major League Baseball players, injected some much-needed energy into a plodding prosecution case at Roger Clemens’ perjury trial.
Pitcher Andy Pettitte says that he might have misunderstood Roger Clemens when Pettitte said he heard his former teammate say he used human growth hormone.
Andy Pettitte took the stand Tuesday in the Roger Clemens perjury trial and described how he grew up admiring the star pitcher he is expected to testify against.
Two noteworthy issues in the second criminal trial of Roger Clemensare the limitations set forth by the judge on the expected testimony of Andy Pettitte and the appearance of Yankee executive Brian Cashman as a witness.
Has baseball actually gotten over the drug and alcohol problems of its past? It’s time for those in charge to bring major baseball into the 21st century and adopt stronger clubhouse policies.
The NFL said after a meeting with the players union that testing for human growth hormone will begin shortly, but the union is less committal.
The 30-year-old former Mets first baseman received a 50-game suspension Thursday for taking the banned performance-enhancing substance and was subsequently released by the Colorado Rockies.
The NFL is expecting to take a big forward leap in their quest to end the use of performance enhancing drugs in pro football.
Dr. Anthony Galea pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to charges he brought unapproved drugs, including human growth hormone, into the United States to unlawfully treat pro athletes.
When Roger Clemens, fueled by hubris, stupidity, or both, sauntered into Congress with mien of mendacity, he essentially ruined his legacy.
As the perjury trial of Roger Clemens gets underway this week in federal court in Washington, D.C., much has been made of the two-page affidavit that Andy Pettitte signed on February 8, 2008. This is why.