Results for tag: Andy Pettitte
Posted by: P.S. Read on May 21, 2012 at 11:43:39 AM

WASHINGTON - MAY 14: Former Major League Baseball pitcher Roger Clemens (R) arrives at federal court for his perjury and obstruction trial on May 14, 2012 in Washington, DC. Clemens' former strength trainer Brian McNamee is expected to testify against Clemens as early as today. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

Washington D.C.

by Patrick Read

It's a late start for me; the traffic is all jammed up in DC with street-closings. Security is tight. I assume it's result of the Occupy Chicago & Anti-NATO protest there...

I will continually update this post, so make sure to hit refresh (for updated info) if you want to follow along with the live blog...

11:30 am)

To catch up on the day so far:

In a stunning turn of events; Judge Walton changed his mind regarding his previous ruling—that evidence/testimony about Andy Pettitte, Mike Stanton & Chuck Knoblauch's use is not admissible. He previously ruled this info would "taint the Jury with guilt by association."

Gov't Prosecutor Butler asked he be allowed to introduce it to "rehabilitate Brian McNamee's credibility." 

Posted by: P.S. Read on Feb 16, 2010 at 08:54:44 PM

Washington DC

By Patrick Read

As a blustery winter-cold blanketed the entire nation in snow—reminding all how bone-chilling cold global warmth can get—the ever expanding Yankee Universe has been once again set ablaze with mounting pressure over what’s come to be known as, “the debate.”

And minions of Phil Hughes E-fans have been chiming in, promoting the idea that he be named a Yankee starter over fellow young teammate and Yankee phenom, Joba Chamberlain .

Someone tell the Hughes fans to be more patient—because in comparison—it is clear that Joba Chamberlain is more starter-ready than Phil Hughes.

Joba has the edge over Hughes in most categories considered important; especially progress, ERA, games started, innings-pitched, team need and