Steve Kallas (TheSTN) – Prosecution Makes A Strong Case Against Clemens

On Tuesday, May 29, the prosecution in the perjury trial of Roger Clemens rested after presenting its case-in-chief.  Despite great efforts by the Clemens defense team, it says here that the government scored plenty of points with the jury; enough to get Roger Clemens convicted of one or more counts … Continue reading

Brad Kurtzberg (TheSTN) – Clemens And Baseball Both Lose

As the Roger Clemens trial drags on, a few things become clear: there will be no real winners in this case, only losers. The question is how much each party has to lose. Clemens is clearly a loser in this case. He may indeed be found “not guilty” of perjury, … Continue reading

Brad Kurtzberg (TheSTN) – LeBron Needs a Championship to be One of the All-Time Greats

It seems like a lot of people have been arguing about how good LeBron James truly is. Is he the best player in the NBA today? Where does he stand among the all-time greats in league history? Love him or hate him (the way he handled his departure from Cleveland … Continue reading

Steve Kallas (TheSTN) – The Latest On The Roger Clemens Trial

In the federal courtroom of Judge Reggie Walton in Washington, D.C., the cross-examination of star witness (against Roger Clemens) Brian McNamee by lawyer Rusty Hardin continued today in a morning-only session.  So far (the very end of trial on Monday and the morning-only session on Tuesday), we certainly have not … Continue reading