The attorney for Roger Clemens gave his strongest hint yet that the former baseball star may not testify in his trial on charges of lying to Congress about using performance-enhancing drugs as he pressed potential jurors not to hold Clemens' silence again
The names of several players not mentioned in last week's Mitchell Report, including former Met pitcher Sid Fernandez, appear in the Kirk Radomski affidavit which was unsealed on Thursday, write ESPN's T.J. Quinn and Pedro Gomez.
Jason Grimsley has tried to live a quiet life since he talked to federal investigators about performance-enhancing drugs in baseball. The upcoming Mitchell report is likely to shatter that silence, Mike Fish writes.
The public, Major League Baseball players and the league would benefit if the names of players listed on a search warrant for former Arizona pitcher Jason Grimsley's home were revealed, The Associated Press argued in court papers filed Thursday.
A federal judge gave permission for The Associated Press to argue that names should be revealed from a search warrant in which former major league pitcher Jason Grimsley allegedly implicated players in steroids use.
The federal prosecutor overseeing an investigation of steroids in baseball and the attorney for former pitcher Jason Grimsley questioned a report that five MLB players had used performance-enhancing drugs.
In light of Saturday's report of the names that appeared in Jason Grimsley's affidavit, I have raised the nation's Sanctimony Alert level to red. I urge all sports fans to be prepared for sermonizing, bloviating, bemoaning, lecturing, and I-told-you-...