Jim Ross – @JRsBBQ Talks Austin/Punk, WWE, Dez Bryant, OU Sooners, Clemens + More

Happy Sunday or what ever day you’re reading this. Let’s cook… SummerSlam the live event grossed over a $1.1M gate last Sunday in LA. Goes to show you that a well promoted event with attractions that fans want to see will still sell even in today’s disposable income challenged society. … Continue reading

Steve Kallas (TheSTN) – Roger Clemens Acquitted On All Six Counts

On Monday, June 18, 2012, a federal jury of eight women and four men acquitted Roger Clemens on all six counts in his federal perjury trial. While much will be made (and correctly so) of how the Clemens defense team destroyed the credibility of his main accuser, former trainer Brian … Continue reading

Steve Kallas (TheSTN) – Defense Rests In The Trial Of Roger Clemens

At the start of the ninth week of trial (with 26 actual days of testimony), the case of Roger Clemens will finally go to the jury, probably later today (Tuesday) or, at the latest, tomorrow. The defense rested its case on Monday and, after closing arguments on Tuesday morning into … Continue reading

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

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