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FOXSports.com's Jim Bowden weighs in on the recent indictment of pitcher Roger Clemens.
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Roger Clemens was indicted day by a federal grand jury on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice. The focus on the cases allegations that Roger Clemens lied about his use. Of HGH and steroids. And also claims that he lied about conversations he had with the Andy Pettitte. And Brian McNamee his denial be -- a Jose Canseco party. And him being unaware that senator Mitchell wanted to interview room for the use of steroids and HGH. It also claims is that when Roger Clemens said that trainers at 45 needles lined up in the club bouts -- -- twelve shots. That's also saying that he lied about that and that's not the cases confirmed by the club's. Even without new information in this case the facts are overwhelming. Against Clemens. Including key witnesses close friends any edit. And Brian McNamee. Along with the physical evidence that there was DNA Roger Clemens is DNA on syringes and needles. That we're used to reject HGH in steroids under Roger Clemens -- body. In the footsteps of Pete Rose and Barry Bonds. Roger Clemens continues to deny any wrong doing. Ironically the three players Rose bonds and Clemens were the most competitive players I ever saw on the baseball field. And off the field. They all wanted to win at any cost they all want to achieve greatness -- whatever it took. All three of them also are consistent and they continued to deny and deflect allegations of wrongdoing. Roger Clemens and asked America to look at this trial -- an open mind and we all will. Because the fabric the United States is that your innocent until proven guilty. But the facts around in this case do not look good for the rocket. Besides his legacy being -- work as one of the best pitchers in the game as how -- status didn't clear jeopardy. Right now Roger Clemens should be more concerned about the prospect. -- if convicted he could be facing jail time of one to five years realistically. Were a potential as much as thirty years. A sad story and a sad day for baseball. Foxsports.com. I'm Jim Bowden.