You already know the question. It’s the headline in almost every front page sports article and column on Rogers Clemens’ “not guilty” finding yesterday in the perjury trial that he lied about not using steroids to Congress. The man was one of the biggest winners in big league history and his seven Cy Young Awards place him miles ahead of everyone else, but …..
BUT … after five years of his reputation taking the batter of the damaging steroid stain, does even exoneration of all charges in his second trial for perjury before Congress do enough to open the door for his induction into the Hall of Fame? Please express your voice with a comment here at The Pecan Park Eagle.
We all know that a legal finding of not guilty here is not enough to eliminate all the damage to his reputation, but was it enough for Roger to even have a remote chance with the writers who vote on the Hall ticket?
What do you think?
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