Tag Archives: Roger Clemens

Passing Judgment: Law & Order – AROD

The ongoing soap opera involving Alex Rodriguez took another interesting turn last week when he filed two lawsuits in New York.  The first lawsuit was filed in New York County against Major League Baseball and Commissioner Bud Selig asserting claims for tortious interference with prospective business relationship and tortious interference with existing contracts.  The second […]

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Passing Judgment: Congratulations to Mike Piazza

On Sunday, September 29, 2013, Mike Piazza will officially be inducted into the New York Mets’ Hall of Fame.  While he should have been honored with an induction into the MLB Hall of Fame this year (I previously wrote about that here), that will have to wait until next year as Piazza was a victim […]

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Passing Judgment: Mike Piazza belongs in the Hall of Fame

Before I delve into this article, I need to be up front and honest about my subjective bias on this topic.  My favorite baseball player ever is Gary Carter thanks mostly to the fact that the very first baseball game I ever watched was Opening Day in 1985.  On that day, Carter made his Mets […]

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On the Docket – June 19, 2012

Not guilty does not mean innocent After wasting a lot of taxpayers’ money, the U.S. Government was unable to prove that former MLB pitcher Roger Clemens perjured himself when he denied using performance enhancing drugs before Congress.  The jury acquitted him on all 21 counts in less than ten hours of deliberation.  The old saying is […]

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