Former Blue Jays Strength Coach McNamee Testifies In Clemens Trial
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Former Toronto Blue Jays strength and conditioning coach Brian McNamee, a star witness for the prosecution, took the stand Monday in the trial of former New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens.
McNamee testified that in 1998 he injected Clemens with steroids eight to 10 times, when they were both part of the Blue Jays.
Meanwhile, the judge rejected a defense motion to strike the testimony of former Yankee teammate Andy Pettitte.
Pettitte testified two weeks ago that Clemens told him he had used human growth hormone.
The judge also squashed a subpoena by Clemens team, filing for McNamee's divorce records from his estranged wife.
McNamee maintains he saved items he used while injecting Clemens, including cotton balls and needles.
Prosecutors say some of the materials tested positive for drugs and Clemens' DNA, but the defense says the items are tainted.
Clemens is accused of lying to Congress about his use of performance-enhancing drugs.