DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) – The defense attorney in Roger Clemens’ perjury case says the jury was “firmly convinced” the former pitcher wasn’t lying when he told Congress he didn’t use steroids or human growth hormones.
With Clemens now acquitted of all charges in his perjury case, should the doors of Cooperstown (The Baseball Hall Of Fame) now open for ‘The Rocket’?READ MORE: Drug Dog Sniffs Out Illegal Narcotics, Unloaded Handgun In Jacksboro High School Student's Car
New School makes the case for Roger to be finally admitted into the Hall Of Fame.
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