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Baseball: More dirt on Clemens

Associated Press
NEW YORK ó Convicted steroid dealer Kirk Radomski looked under his television last weekend and found overnight mail slips from packages he claims were used to send human growth hormone to Roger Clemens’ house, according to the lawyer for Brian McNamee.
Clemens sued McNamee, his former trainer, for defamation this year after McNamee claimed the seven-time Cy Young Award winner used steroids and human growth hormone.
“Radomski sent a package to Clemens. Apparently, from what we understand, Brian did not sign for it even though he requested HGH for Clemens and/or his wife,” McNamee’s lawyer, Richard Emery, said Wednesday.
“Brian, when he went to check Debbie, Clemens had the HGH all laid out for him. That’s contrary to Clemens’ testimony in front of Congress. So, once again, the slip corroborates Brian’s truthfulness.”
Clemens is the subject for a federal perjury investigation after telling Congress he never used performance-enhancing drugs.
Radomski, a former New York Mets clubhouse attendant, was sentenced to five years’ probation and fined $18,575 fine after he pleading guilty to distributing steroids and laundering money from 1995-05.

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