After last night's epic-All-Star Game, it's kind of a bummer to get back to real life, but...
Kirk Radomski, the former New York Mets clubhouse attendant who is responsible for naming a majority of the players found in the Mitchell Report, has supplied the Feds with documentary evidence stating that he shipped HGH to the Houston residence of one William Roger Clemens -- yep, the Rocket. According to the sources who spoke to the New York Daily News, the shipments correspond to the time when Mrs. Rocket was preparing for her appearance in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
The shipping information provides further support to Brian McNamee's story that the whole Mrs. Rocket HGH thing was done at the urging and with the backing of the Rocket. But Rocket mouthpiece Rusty Hardin continues to deny and deny any Rocket involvement with HGH.
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I'm telling you, if I was Mrs. Rocket, I would have my divorce papers filed and a settlement done before Rocket's all out of money. And if I was Rusty, I'd be demanding that Rocket pay me up front. -- John Royal