Price per Head Reactions to Roger Clemens’ Trial

clemensA top notch price per head agent isn’t just on top of his lines, but also keeps up to date with all of the latest news. Nowadays pay per head sportsbooks offer a news feed, but some of the stories slip past the main stream feeds.

Take for instance the ongoing story of baseball great Roger Clemens and the alleged steroid abuse he is accused of. For a second time he is being tried on federal charges for lying in 2008 to the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, which was investigating drug use in Major League Baseball.

A seven-time Cy Young Award winner as best pitcher, Clemens has repeatedly denied taking performance-enhancing drugs or lying to lawmakers.

His former personal trainer, Brian McNamee, has said he injected Clemens with steroids and human growth hormone.

Clemens has continued saying that McNamee had injected him with shots of vitamin B12 and the anesthetic lidocaine instead.

Now in a recent motion, a judge has granted prosecutors access to former MLB player David Segui and investment manager Anthony Corso to counter claims by Clemens’ lawyers.

Specifically prosecutors want to question Segui about a conversation he had with McNamee over saving syringes used to inject players with steroids or HGH (human growth homone).

Clemens started his career in 1984 with the Boston Red Sox and continued on with them until moving to Toronto in 1997.That is where he played with Jose Conseco, whose 1998 pool party is another part of the prosecution, with a witness stating Clemens was at the party.

Alexander Lowrey on Monday testified that he saw Clemens at the party. Prosecutors showed several photos of the former pitcher in attendance, including one of the 11-year-old Lowrey on the deck of the pool, next to a smiling Clemens standing in the shallow end of the water. The former pitcher’s hair is blond, and this is how Lowrey said he remembered it.

Price per head shops look forward to justice being served in the case and can only hope that this baseball great is exonerated for the integrity of the game is of the utmost importance to fans.