Roger Clemens Denies Doping, Sues Trainer

Major League Baseball's all-star pitcher Roger Clemens, who is accused of using performance-enhancing drugs, disputes the doping allegations at an emotional news conference. Clemens plays a recording he made of a conversation with former trainer-turned-accuser Brian McNamee. Clemens acknowledges receiving injections from McNamee, but says McNamee told him they were shots of vitamin B-12 and the painkiller lidocaine.

Clemens files a defamation suit against McNamee.

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