Found May 20, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:
PLAYERS: Roger Clemens
In case you forgot, the Roger Clemens perjury trial is still going on and it appears that even the jurors aren’t interested in it. For the second time during this lengthy trial, one of the jurors has lost interest and was relieved from their duty by falling asleep during the trial: The trial is in its fifth week, and the tedium cost the proceedings another member of the jury Tuesday. Juror No. 1, a supermarket cashier, became the second member of the panel to be dismissed for sleeping. Her departure leaves 14 jurors, including two alternates. Dream me a rocket...dream me a rocket... (Courtesy of Larry Brown Sports/Associated Press) 

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