Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte will retire after this season.
A government witness testified Tuesday that Brian McNamee said he had injected pitcher Roger Clemens with human growth hormone and had saved syringes, part of a prosecution attempt to dispel defense suggestions that McNamee fabricated those claims to avoid going to jail.
Brian McNamee testified Friday that some of the medical evidence he saved in a beer can was not used on former pitcher Roger Clemens.
No one worked harder than Roger Clemens. He would will himself to win. The New York Yankees traded for him after winning the World Series because they didn’t want complacency to set in.
The Roger Clemens defense team liked government witness Kirk Radomski so much they want to bring him back as their own witness.
Andy Pettitte, the reluctant witness who was supposed to bolster the government’s case against Roger Clemens, appears to have instead substantially aided his former teammate and friend when he readily conceded he might have misunderstood their conversation about human growth hormone.
Legal expert for KPRC TV Brian Wice joins MaD Radio. We get his expert opinion on the Roger Clemens trial.
Local 2 legal analyst Brian Wice gets us the latest on the Clemens trial.
Federal prosecutors are fighting to be able to bring 45 witnesses, including Andy Pettitte and Chuck Knoblauch, to court to testify in the perjery trial against Roger Clemens perjury trial next week.