Big day for Clemens prosecutors
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- It has taken a while, but the government's evidence against Roger Clemens is beginning to form a foundation that could be a problem for the former New York Yankees pitcher.
For eight days, prosecutors plodded through what appeared to be trivial details and inflicted the jury with hours of repetitive questioning of witnesses. They inexplicably put up team photos from Clemens' years with the Boston Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays. At least five times they showed the ...
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