It's perhaps the deadest day of the sports year, which is extremely bad news for the sinking ship that is the USS Roger Clemens.
Two weeks after Brian McNamee's lawyers provided syringes allegedly used by Clemens, admitted 'roid supplier Kirk Radomski reportedly found documentary evidence that HGH was shipped to the pitcher's house.
According to the Daily News, Radomski happened upon shipping receipts from 2002 and '03 that document the sending of Human Growth Hormone to Clemens. The dates of the receipts coincide with times during which Clemens' wife used the drug in preparation for her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit shoot.
Such evidence seems to corroborate claims that the former Yankee introduced his wife to HGH and was present when she first used. Clemens denies having any knowledge of his wife's experience with the steroid.
The cheater's gaggle of lawyers is denying any knowledge of such packing slips, but we all know that's a crock. Clemens has dug himself a grave, and every new piece of evidence shovels more dirt onto him.
He has no sympathy from fellow players or fans because of his increasingly ludicrous denials and has pretty much destroyed any chance at a Hall of Fame bid. Hope the underage country singers and shots in the butt were worth it.
How's that defamation suit coming now, Roger?