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Roger Clemens

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  • Letters to the editor

    Tests for charter schools Re "Reimagine LAUSD," editorial, Feb. 11 I appreciate The Times taking a fresh look at the issues with the Los Angeles Unified School District. I'd like to comment about your observation that there may be situations in which...
  • Shields represents Broward in World Baseball Classic

    For Broward County's lone representative, Los Angeles Angels reliever Scot Shields, playing in the WBC had an even deeper meaning. Coming from a family that shares both a respect for the military and the country, and also a deep passion for baseball,...
  • Astros Fans Mad at Tejada, and MLB

    Astros Shortstop Miguel Tejada admits he lied to Congress. Wednesday he pleaded guilty to one count of making a misleading statement to Congress about the use of banned substances in Major League Baseball. Tejada was not forced to admit using the...
  • Yankee Stadium Goes Out On A Whimper As Planned Finale Axed

    The Yankees have scratched plans to host one final farewell to the stadium, disappointing New Yorkers who were counting on a last visit to the House that Ruth Built. The team had promised a final salute in November, which fans speculated would be a star-...
  • Suicide try hospitalizes Mindy McCready

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Country singer Mindy McCready was in stable condition in a hospital Thursday after police said she cut her wrists and took several pills in an apparent suicide attempt. A Nashville police report said McCready's brother discovered...
  • Report: A-Rod admits using performance-enhancers

    NEW YORK (AP) - Alex Rodriguez admitted Monday that he used performance-enhancing drugs from 2001-03, saying he did so because of the pressures of being baseball's highest-paid player. "When I arrived in Texas in 2001, I felt an enormous amount of...
  • Roger Clemens gets some unsolicited tough advice

    Roger Clemens gets some unsolicited tough advice
    Right now, the Clemens situation is pretty simple. Roger is over and out. But while everybody else is turning their backs on him, leaving the sinking ship before the bow goes under, we are here to help. Understandably, Clemens hates newspaper people...
  • Gameday Live 52: Yankees at Orioles

     
    Hey everyone, Chris Mascaro here to bring you all the live game action of the middle game of the Yankees' three-game set against Baltimore at Camden Yards. The Yanks (25-26) send Ian Kennedy (0-3, 7.27 ERA) to the hill, while......
  • Darrell Rasner no Aaron Small

     
    I've heard some people comparing Darrell Rasner to Aaron Small over the last couple weeks. Meaning Rasner is a come-from-nowhere surprise for the Yankees who nobody expected to be a big contributor. I don't think this is a good comparison,......
  • Chris Russo supports multiple myeloma research

     
    I just heard an ad for this on WFAN. It's a race Sunday in New Canaan to support multiple myeloma research. (Chris Russo is one of the event chairs!) A link is the least I can do, seeing as how......
  • A dark day for the game

    A dark day for the game
    In a blow to the reputations of baseball legends, journeymen players, team owners and union representatives, an investigative report on drug use in the major leagues released Thursday by former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell blasted America's pastime for its...
  • Mike Wallace: Done with TV? Forever?

     
    Mike Wallace will never, ever (never) be on TV again? That's the takeaway from a column (by Paul Bedard) in U.S. News, which reports that the Iron Man of "60 Minutes" is finally punting on the medium he helped......