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Man, that *is* a truly terrible toupee.
the correct quote is:
“…mistaken…about a great many things”
That’s a toupee?
So…. John Rocker……
Jose Canseco was a total d-bag too.
Does being a d-bag make you a liar?
Honestly, it seems like Rocker’s past history should give him MORE credibility. He has a history of saying exactly what he believes to be the truth, regardless of how it makes him look. Certainly no smarmy equivocation coming from him…
Speaking of hairdos, Daisuke Matsuzaka is now sporting a “variation on a mullet.”
He looks like he’d blend in with a Duran Duran music video circa the 1980s.
From The New York Times on Wednesday:
Roger Clemens will be confronted with a new and damaging affidavit from Andy Pettitte when he appears before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on Wednesday to testify about allegations that he used performance-enhancing drugs, two lawyers familiar with the matter said [...]
The two lawyers familiar with what may be confronting Clemens at the hearing spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly. They would not reveal details of the new Pettitte affidavit or of the new information obtained apart from McNamee’s assertions.
“The committee is not messing around and has other damaging evidence against Roger,” one of the lawyers said.
The other lawyer said, “Andy said enough to really hurt Roger.”
Paul – agreed on ROcker speaking the blunt truth (as he sees it) in the past, but in the case of his most recent statements he’s contradicted himself too much, most notably reversing his earlier position that he had never taken PED’s and revising his earlier estimate of 10% of MLB using PED’s (which he claimed a couple years ago) up to 50% of players, which he now claims. He doesn’t have any kind of consistency to his statements regarding this whole thing.
That said, the sad truth is that he’s got just as much credibility as anyone else on the matter, up to and including Bud Selig.
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