These obviously aren't good times for Roger Clemens. But he isn't the only person in Houston whose life has been turned upside down since the Rocket was named in the Mitchell Report, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.
Kirk Radomski was a source, but he says he wasn't the only source of the steroids in baseball clubhouses. On the eve of his appearance at a congressional hearing, Radomski talks to ESPN.com's Mike Fish about baseball's steroids problem.
Without Kirk Radomski, the Mitchell Report would have been a bare-bones study. Federal authorities apparently appreciated that by letting Radomski walk away a free man, writes Mike Fish from the scene of the sentencing.
Former Mariners outfielder Shane Monahan wasn't named in the Mitchell report, but he wants to come clean about his use of steroids and amphetamines in the late '90s anyway, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.
Did Bud Selig look prepared? Was Don Fehr overly defensive? A congressman and a crisis management expert weigh in with their reviews of the performances by the key characters in Thursday's public disclosure of the Mitchell report.
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.