Former Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens, who won more than 350 games and struck out more than 4,600 batters in a 24-year Major League Baseball career, was found not guilty of lying to Congress about his use of performance-enhancing drugs. A federal jury of eight women and four men in Washington today acquitted Clemens of all six counts he faced. Over a nine- week trial, 46 witnesses testified, including former teammate Andy Pettitte, Clemens’s wife and his chief accuser and decade- long trainer, Brian McNamee.
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