Most convincing witness was the one who wasn't there

Originally Published: February 13, 2008
By Mike Fish | ESPN.com

WASHINGTON -- Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., said on Wednesday he sees holes in Roger Clemens' denials, but those inconsistencies aren't what makes him think the pitching icon isn't telling the truth about his alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs.

The clincher, Cummings said, is Andy Pettitte.

"Basically, I had Mr. Pettitte, who is religious -- very religious," Cumming said after the hearing. "Keep in mind, Mr. Pettitte told the committee things that we didn't even ...

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