Hey! Look! Roger Clemens is running his mouth again. This is going to end well.
Roger Clemens continued to assert his innocence regarding performance-enhancing drug use during an interview at the Houston Open golf tournament, where he is serving as a caddie for PGA Tour player Ryan Palmer in Wednesday's pro-am event.
"We've had to take it on the chin a little bit, but we'll have our chance to talk," Clemens told ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike in the Morning."
The former Red Sox, Yankees and Astros star has been charged with lying to Congress about his use of PEDs. His trial is set to start in July, but Clemens said he doesn't plan to go into hiding until then.
"We don't like it. But I'm not going to run around and hang my head. I'm going to be the person I've always been," he said.
Clemens then proceeded to pull a steroid-filled syringe out of a golf bag and inject himself in the buttocks.
No matter how many times you stomp your feet and say you never took steroids, it doesn't make the allegations not true.
Like most other baseball fans, I've become numb to the whole steroids debacle. And Roger Clemens mere existence sickens me. I wish both of them would just go away forever.