Drudge linked-to and ESPN posted an AP wire article entitled Court: Feds may use drug testing data from 2003
The names and urine samples of about 100 Major League Baseball players who tested positive for performance enhancing drugs three years ago can be used by government investigators in their probe of steroids in sports, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.
The Feds hope that Bonds name is on the list, but the real question is about the other 99 players. Who are they? Clemens and Pettitte? Palmeiro? Sosa? The legacy of those 100 will be tarnished forever when the names come out.
I really want Clemens to be steroid free, but who knows in this day and age. Our heroes often don’t look so heroic when you get to the end of the story anymore.
From CBS SportsLine.com Senior Writer Scott Miller comes: Orioles need to get moving — and move Tejada
The Houston Astros, having watched Roger Clemens endure another shutout the other night, are the-season-is-slipping-away-from-us desperate to add offense. They are aggressive on several fronts, sources tell CBS SportsLine.com, including with Milwaukee’s Carlos Lee, Washington’s Alfonso Soriano and yes, especially, Tejada.
Just how many times the Astros been shutout with Roger on the hill?
When the Astros failed to score for Clemens on Tuesday night, it marked the fourth time in his seven starts this season that there was a “0″ on the board for Houston when Clemens left the game. It has happened 16 times now over the past two seasons.
16 times! Makes you love Clemens all the more. I really hope the Astros can land Tejada. Remember the show he put on during the All-Star game back in 2004?
The Ticket is reporting that Roger Clemens has agreed to come back with the Astros this season. An official announcement is scheduled for later today according to K. Scott.
Nothing on Chron.com or Astros.com yet. Stay tuned for updates…
Update 4:20pm: (Chron.com) Astros says they’re still waiting on Clemens