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Roger Clemens arrived at a federal courthouse in Washington today for his arraignment in response to a six-count indictment claiming he lied to Congress about his performance-enhancing drug use.

The seven-time Cy Young award winner’s legal team will enter a not guilty plea but is planning an interesting strategy, saying the testimony Clemens gave in 2008 was aided by steroids.

Sources say attorney Rusty Hardin will contend that The Rocket did not use steroids or human growth hormone until after his pitching career had concluded in 2007 and upon testimony in front of Congress, he “could have only perjured himself a little” if not for the performance-enhancing drugs.

Personally, I think he should be indicted for this:

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