With the cyclist attempting to let his girlfriend take the blame for an alleged Aspen hit-and-run, he distances himself from the pack of fallen athletic heroes.
Roger Clemens says won't be pitching for the Astros, but owner Jim Crane won't let the rumors die.
Five reasons why Roger Clemens should pitch for the Houston Astros this year.
He's been acquitted, but people are still talking about Roger Clemens' alleged PED use and his chances of getting voted into the Hall of Fame.
Roger Clemens's former trainer recounted details of a relationship that "had the hallmarks of an illicit affair—except their secret was steroids."
The former Astros pitcher's testimony in the federal perjury trial of Roger Clemens didn't help the prosecution, but was it different from what Pettitte said to Congress in 2008?
A judge forbidding use of MySpace? Accidental live microphones? Calling Barry Bonds to testify? And the second Clemens trial isn't even done with jury selection.
It was a year of abbreviated Aggies, bamboozling boxers, charged Cuban, dumb district attorneys, estrogen-packed elevators, famished firemen, graveyard ganja, half-wit husbands, imaginary illegal immigrants, Jessica jests, koncert kayos, lawn-watering Lance, muddled Moron, next-of-kin-offending newspapers, oblivious operators, pornographic prom dresses, questionable quiz takers, repulsive Roger, stolen shih tzus, tasteless team
Roger Clemens may be worthy of the Congressional testimony Hall of Shame, but should we really be so freaked out about his supposed steroid use?
The only thing scarier than facing a great pitcher is facing a hothead like Roger Clemens.