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  1. games
    It Looks Like We Are Now, Officially, Over Steroid PanicWhat were we even freaking out about in the first place?
  2. lance armstrong
    Lance Armstrong Stops Fighting Doping ChargesYet Armstrong still says he’s innocent.
  3. roger clemens
    Roger Clemens Does Not Have a ‘Get Out of Court Free’ CardHe’ll have to stand trial again.
  4. politics
    The Father of a Dead Wrestler Calls Linda McMahon a LiarAnd her campaign takes a chair to the head.
  5. the sports section
    Clemens — and the Yankees — Now Haunted by New BookIt’s a reminder of just how expensive the Yankees’ desperation of May 2007 really was.
  6. the sports section
    The Yankees Apparently Care How They’re Perceived, Sort OfSomeone over there realized it might not be wise for the team to associate with A-Rod’s cousin or Bank of America.
  7. the sports section
    A-Rod Doping Cousin Actually ExistsYuri Sucart is in Miami.
  8. the sports section
    Brian Cashman Is Being Surprisingly Blunt About A-RodThis is getting personal. Maybe.
  9. the sports section
    Leitch: A-Rod Tries to Make It All Go AwayBut he could have done much, much worse.
  10. the sports section
    Unable to Score Drugs, A-Rod Turns to Snorting WomenA-Rod “savored” a woman in the Bahamas just days before breaking New York’s heart.
  11. the sports section
    A-Rod Still Has a Few Supporters, at LeastThe Yankees (and the newspaper industry) support him, the president does not, and Congress is undecided.
  12. the sports section
    A-Rod Admits to Steroid UseIn an interview set to air tonight, he tells Peter Gammons that the ‘Sports Illustrated’ report is true.
  13. the sports section
    So What Does A-Rod Do Now?We’ll soon find out.
  14. the sports section
    Leitch: Ten Things We Learned From the A-Rod Steroid ScandalIncluding: How A-Rod can turn this around!
  15. the sports section
    Leitch: Jason Giambi, Yankee Most True — and the One We Most DeserveIn 2008, a time when every record is steroidally suspect, a time when fans spend as much time analyzing players’ contracts as they do their statistics, who is our superstar? Will Leitch can’t think of anybody better than Giambi.
  16. the sports section
    Big Brown Gets Off the Smack Just in Time for BelmontDid you know it was legal for horses to use steroids? Neither did we. But now that he’s off ‘em, we suspect the favored horse is just making excuses for himself.
  17. the sports section
    Will Andy Pettitte Help Send Clemens to Prison? As reported in today’s Post, Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte isn’t taking the latest developments in the Roger Clemens steroid scandal well. If you haven’t been keeping up on your steroid news, Pettitte’s testimony against his best friend Clemens went a long way in corroborating the accusations of Brian McNamee, the trainer who claims to have injected Clemens with steroids and HGH. “I hate it, there is nothing else to say. You all know how I feel about it,” Pettitte told reporters as the Yankees trained in Tampa, Florida. “Whenever you testify against two guys [Clemens as well as McNamee] who are your friends it’s extremely difficult.” Now that the FBI is officially investigating Clemens and many expect him to be charged with perjury, it’s likely that Pettitte will be forced to testify once again. But in light of his shaky emotions, one wonders whether he will be able to summon the fortitude, when it comes down to it, to put Clemens in jail.
  18. the sports section
    As Clemens’s Story Weakens, Congress Drafts Perjury LetterRoger Clemens’s congressional steroid testimony appears to be unraveling word-by-word and boob-by-boob just as the Times discovers that a letter is being drafted to refer Clemens to the Department of Justice for a perjury investigation. The Daily News reports that a famous Yankee locker-room story about Debbie Clemens, Roger’s current wife, comparing her breast enhancements with Roger’s previous wife, Jessica, at a 1998 barbecue at Jose Canseco’s house may be proof that the pitcher was lying about not being there. Meanwhile, the Times pokes holes in Roger’s claim that he needed to privately meet with his nanny before she talked to investigators because her English is “not that good.” According to the paper, she speaks the language very well, with just an accent, which indicates that Clemens may have wanted to prep her for another reason. The letter to the DOJ has not been sent, but its mere existence is a blow to Clemens. So far, Congress has not drafted one to recommend a perjury investigation on Brian McNamee, his former trainer who has supplied the steroid allegations. But more importantly, if there is an investigation, Yankee pitcher Andy Pettitte will probably be dragged into all this again to testify. Leave our Andy alone! He’s trying to put all this mess with Clemens behind him. Can’t you just let him enjoy his rebound bromance in peace? Congress May Single Out Clemens [NYT]