- RogerWilliam Roger ClemensThe Rocket, born 1962, U.S. baseball pitcher.
- Samuel Lang·horne [lang-hawrn, -ern] /ˈlæŋ hɔrn, -ərn/, Mark Twain, 1835–1910, U.S. author and humorist.
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Which is an interesting thing to assert, since Clemens never failed a drug test.
Clemens almost certainly would have been a Hall of Famer before his suspected steroid use—and should be voted into Cooperstown.
But as with Bagwell, many baseball writers will now vote against Clemens based on what they think they know.
That surely is not the case with Clemens, who was almost certain to be a Hall of Famer well before his suspected use of steroids.
The trial took 10 weeks in all; the jury took less than 10 hours to find Clemens not guilty.
Clemens felt that he must not accept this honor, sick or well.
The ship's doctor confessed to Clemens that he was helpless.
Clemens had met Nasby on the circuit, and was very fond of him.
Clemens had not at that time formulated any particular doctrines of his own.
But the shadow of death had not been lifted from the Clemens household.
- Samuel Langhorne (ˈlæŋˌhɔːn)See Twain
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