NEW YORK (CBS NEWS) - Five years after throwing his last pitch in a major league game, and two months after he was found not guilty of perjury in a steroid scandal, Roger Clemens spoke about his chances of getting into baseball’s Hall of Fame.
“I can’t control it,” Clemens told “CBS This Morning” co-host Charlie Rose on Thursday. “It’s not going to change my life either way.”
In his first national TV interview since his acquittal in June, Clemens said, “The Hall of Fame is great. I’ve got a lot of great buddies there. The guys that are there paved the way for me to do what I love to do and make a lot of money doing it, take care of my family.”
The seven-time Cy Young Award winner retired in 2007 after playing 23 seasons for four teams in his career.
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