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Jhonny Peralta Supplies All the Offence with Two Home Runs and Four RBI’s
After dropping the first two games of the series the Detroit Tigers bounced back to avoid being swept and snapped the Toronto Blue Jays' three-game win streak.
On the strength of Doug Fister's efficient eight innings on the
Hottest Team in Baseball Wins Season-high Sixth Straight Game
Both teams came into the game riding win streaks - the Toronto Blue Jays had just swept the Boston Red Sox and the Oakland Athletics - the hottest team in baseball - had just swept the major league leading New York Yankees in four games.
Seven-run Second Inning Gives Henderson Alvarez Big Cushion for Fifth Win
The Toronto Blue Jays had another impressive offensive game but it was the performance on the mound that was the biggest surprise and relief for the team.
The Blue Jays hitters exploded for seven runs in the second inning
In 2008 Roger Clemens testified before Congress that he never used Performance Enhancing Drugs: never took steroids, never ingested HGH. Yesterday a jury found Clemens not guilty of all charges related to his alleged false statements before Congress. In the aftermath, many people are asking
“Mr. Clemens, you are free to go,” said Judge Reggie Walton.
Today a feral jury in Washinton DC found Roger Clemens not guilty of all counts for his 2008 testimony before congress. Unlike many others called to testify that year, Clemens adamantly denied having
The jury that had to listen to 26 days of testimony by some 46 witnesses met for 15 minutes on Tuesday evening before being excused for the day at 5 p.m. The group then reconvened Wednesday and, after not reaching a verdict, was released until Monday due to a long-scheduled business trip on the
The seemingly never-ending perjury trial of Roger Clemens continues as the defense continues putting on its case. The length of the trial has surprised some observers and is now starting to worry the judge overseeing the spectacle.
U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton recently said that
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