Brian McNamee told congressional investigators Thursday that he injected Roger Clemens' wife with human growth hormone before she appeared with the pitcher in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue in 2003, according to a Washington source.
Debbie Clemens appeared with her husband in a photograph taken in Central Park in the magazine's Feb. 18, 2003 issue wearing a bikini and holding a bat over her shoulders while Roger Clemens reclined on the ground in his Yankee uniform.
"McNamee discussed his wife's use before the committee," according to the source. "She was trying to get in shape for the SI cover. He told them the story that Debbie took growth." [daily news]
Evidently, other wives have been involved in shooting gallery stuff.By Rich, at 6:12 PM <$BlogItemControl$>
According to Howard Bryant, the
2005 House Government Reform Committee report on Rafael Palmeiro contained the following nugget:
"Another section documents how the medical staff of the Texas Rangers provided B-12 shots both to Palmeiro and to his wife, Lynn, when he played there."
I give the Palmeiros credit for actually using the medical staff rather than a former police officer.
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