There is something sad about this Roger Clemens, bloated and desperate, clinging with white knuckles to a legacy he can't possibly keep.
Granted, he is mostly just trying to keep himself out of prison at this point. He has to fight that fight. But it began with his legacy. Against a lot of evidence to the contrary, he wanted us all to believe The Rocket had not been artificially propelled, and he was so unconvincing in front of Congress that two years ago a federal grand jury charged him with six felonies.
Clemens was too self-involved, too stubborn, too short-sighted to see that the Steroid Era was just that -- an entire era. It wasn't just about him. If you were a powerful player for a long time, and you played between the late 80s and the mid-aughts, everybody was already suspicious of you.
Without using your Google machine, see if you know which of the following players used steroids, which were implicated, which weren't, which were proven, which admitted to it and which ones...