Results for tag: Roger Clemens
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 Jan 17, 2010 at 02:40:54 AM

By Patrick Read

With the off-season slowing down to a snail's pace, there is no better time to do an All-Time Yankee Line-Up.

The Line-Up includes Bench Players, a mixture of right & left-handed sluggers, a Designated Hitter, a rotation mixed with lefties & righties, a mid-reliever, late-reliever & Closer too.  It is finalized with the All-Time Television broadcasters, radio broadcasters with newspaper & writer.

Please read on and feel free to leave your thoughts on who would make the squad on your team...

The New York Yankees have the richest legacy and deepest-of-all talents for any one franchise, plus a winning tradition paralleled by no other team in the world. Needless to say, this was one challenging task, keeping in mind that all generations