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Clemens

Samuel Langhorne
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Clemens has been asked about his exclusion many times in many places and has developed a stock answer, one he gave again on Thursday.
I'm 50 years old," Clemens said during his introductory press conference Tuesday.
On Saturday night, Clemens will start for an independent minor league team in suburban Houston known as the Sugar Land Skeeters, almost five years after he last pitched in the big leagues and with a date on his birth certificate that qualifies him to be a full member of AARP.
Prior to One Source, Clemens worked in pharmaceutical sales in Chicago, Illinois.
The indictment comes nearly two and half years after Clemens and his former trainer Brian McNamee testified under oath at a hearing before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, directly contradicting each other about whether Clemens had used the banned substances.
Koby Clemens said his father wanted to fly home to attend a baseball tournament in which his younger brothers were participating.
Congress -- acting on the assumption that Clemens provided untruthful testimony -- has asked the Justice Department to investigate possible criminal charges against Clemens.
Instead, ever since the Mitchell Report came out two months ago to the day, naming him as a user of performance-enhancing drugs, Clemens has furiously dug away -- with a shovel in each hand.
Clemens brings a wealth of knowledge to his role as president with American Commercial.
Clemens, who is 27, has left it late before attempting to scale the rankings.
Another family-run chain became history last month when Clemens Family Markets sold its stores to Ahold and C & S Wholesale Grocers.