Brian Heyman toured the progress at Citi field yesterday. Read his report here, check out photos here, and check out the progress in the video below.
I just want to see Clemens try to choke McNamee today!
Spider: Stay tuned! I think Clemens is ready to jump over the guy in between them!
I think it’s pretty hillarious….the Republicans are on Clemens side and the Democrats are on McNamee’s side. Even in this they’re divided by party lines. Incredible!!!!
The bottom line is that petite has a sworn document stating
Clemens told him he did HGH and I watched most of this hearing and clemens is looking allot worst than macnamee.
I personally don’t like clemens since the remarks he made after the mets beat the red sox in 86 but clemens is an complete moron to try and deny that he did HGH on national tv. He would have been better off admitting he did them and it would be over and done and down the road writers and fans would have forgiven him. Now he is looking like a donkey and a miserable lier on national tv, he basically is digging his grave.
TomG: I think they both look pretty bad and I don’t think this hearing is going to solve a thing. If before the hearing you believed Clemens, you still believe him. If before the hearing you believed McNamee, you still believe him. It’s hard to believe in a court of law though that they would be able to find Clemens guilty of perjury. But in my public court of opinion he is guilty.
It’s would be funny, if it were not so sad, that people who are rich, famous and powerful always think they can be above the law or ethics.
None of these “famous” people have learned from the past. The lies are the bigger issue than the “crime”. And Congress does not like to be lied to.
His attorneys and his other advisors have done an awful job.
I hope people learn it is best to be truthful once you get caught w/your hand in the cookie jar.
Steve (The Original),
really, so than I guess Andy Petite is not telling the truth under oath because Andy Petite states that Clemens told him he did HGH so it has nothing to do in what I believe, it has to do with petite’s sworn statement and the bottom line here is did clemens do steroids or hgh or not. From the evidence it is clearly clemens id full of shit.
Steve (The Original),, sorry, I didn’t read your post completely, we basically have the same opinion. The only way Clemens could get prosecuted for not telling the truth under oath is for then to come up with concrete evidence. Time to start going after people close to clemens to place wire taps.
My point was that this is allot worse for clemens to be on national tv and keep denying he did it, it would have done better by admitting to he did it. Who cares about macnamee.
I think this will put a dent in him getting to the hall of fame and his legacy. I don’t think this is going to go away anytime soon.
I guess Roger now can join Pete Rose signing autographs on the
streets of Cooperstown during Hall of Fame Weekend, since this will be a close as he gets to being inducted.
Loved that question about which hat he was going to have on his plaque.
“I guess Roger now can join Pete Rose signing autographs on the
streets of Cooperstown during Hall of Fame Weekend”
Interesting that you bring up Rose b/c he also lied and that is more the reason he is out of BB at this point than his gambling.
You know what they say. It’s not the crime but the cover-up.
C’mon now: Clemens doesn’t “give a rat’s arse about Cooperstown”...why would he travel all the way there from Texas?
Now onto a Mets’ topic.
Read how this guy Lucas Duda did well in Hawaii, so at least now we have at least one possible future 1b to replace Delgado some day.
Don’t forget Nick Evans.
On the video:
“We have changed the geometry, .......VROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMM…..outfield seats….”.
But obviously, we’re still quite near Laguardia Airport, aren’t we?
Honestly, it does look lovely and I look forward to Citifield but did it really have to be in the same, sad location?
JB, blame the location on the politicians.
Mets and Yanks were lucky to be able to get new stadiums at all, let alone move them to a less noisy place.
And let’s be honest, where the heck else would they have put it?
I always thought the West Side Stadium plan was bizarre. Why would they want to put a fball team there for 8 weeks a year? Doesn’t a baseball team make more sense? More games = more jobs. Since it’s in the summer maybe they could use the waterfront to their advantage (not sure here, I’m not very familiar with the area.) Plus, tailgating is not as prevalent at baseball games, so people wouldn’t be in an uproar over that. Think about how many games would be sold out with people just zipping over after work to enjoy a night at the ballpark on a nice summer’s evening.
Nice looking photos. Maybe if I win the lottery I can afford a ticket.
Maybe if you supposed Mets fans weren’t so pessimistic and whiny complainers, we could all enjoy the upcoming seasons. Great team that looks as if it will be competing for 1st place for years to come, great new ballpark, Keith and Ron in the booth. And Roger Clemens just made a fool of himself on national TV. What more do you people want? Jeez…
Py, I agree with you, but what would be the point of a comments forum if everyone just posted “our team is awesome!!!” or “Omar Minaya = Kind Midas!!”
It’s what makes this country great, if you have a dissenting opinion, there is a forum for you to express it.
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