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Roger Clemens Racks Up More Errors: All-Star Pitcher Now Linked to Golfer John Daly's Ex-Wife and Bartender
Roger Clemens was linked romantically to Pro Golfer John Daly's Ex-Wife and to a former NYC bartender
The All-Star pitcher had been portraying himself as a clean amp; sober happily married family man as recently as the February 2020 Congressional hearings into the Mitchell Report, which detailed the use of illegal performance enhancing drugs by baseball players. Clemens had been implicated in the Report by the testimony of McNamee, whom Clemens' lawyers and many Republicans on the House Committee on Oversight amp; Government Reform attempted to impeach as a witness due to his own problems with the law. In January 2020, Clemens' lawyer Rusty Hardin revealed that McNamee has been investigated for sexual assault in Florida in 2001, but charges were never filed.
For Roger Clemens to win a defamation lawsuit, he has to prove that his reputation can be damaged. Clemens, essentially, wants to collect monetary damages on the basis that Brian McNamee's testimony that he used illegal performance enhancing drugs, which Clemens claims is false, damaged his reputation. The recent revelations of Clemens as a philandering ladies' man, cheating on his wife with teenagers and other women, goes a long way to reducing the value of that reputation. It also shows Clemens as a liar.
Clemens currently is being investigated by the F.B.I. for having potentially committed perjury before the Oversight amp; Government Reform Committee. He publicly denied having had an affair with Mindy McCready through his lawyers, and was proven a liar as McCready admitted to the affair. McCready, who has been embroiled in her own legal troubles, has little to gain from revealing her relationship with Clemens, which included monetary payoffs, as it could result in her losing custody of her son.
The New York Daily News, which broke the news of the McCready affair, now has revealed that the married Clemens had an affair with Paulette Dean Daly and other women, including Angela Moyer, a former New York City bartender he met at the time he was pitching for the New York Yankees. Just as Clemens has flown McCready around the country on his private jet, he squired his other girlfriends on his private plane and gave expensive jewelry to at last one of his gal pals. according to the Daily News. Other newspapers from where Clemens has played ball are revealing other sordid tales from his past.
Paulette Dean Daly, whom is a native of Palm Springs, California, visited Anaheim Stadium when Clemens pitched for the Yankees as part of excursions arranged for her by the baseball legend. Clemens also spent time with her in Palm Springs, where he met her while she was hosting the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic golf tournament. They began their affair after the failure of her marriage with John Daly, a champion golfer.
Paulette Dean Daly admitted to having a relationship with Clemens. "I know Roger. I consider him a good friend. That's all I'm comfortable saying."
Moyer, who is now a Pennsylvania realtor, told the Daily News that she knew Clemens, but said, "We are just friends. That was it. I don't know what else to say."
Roger Clemens has been married to his wife Debbie since November 1984. He has four children with her, including one son, Koby, who is a minor league ballplayer who works out at the same Texas gym at which Andy Pettitte's father scored human growth hormone. Clemens' contention that Brian McNamee is lying about having provided him with illegal performance enhancing drugs was complicated by the fact that Pettitte, his close friend, admitted to being supplied with steroids and human growth hormone by McNamee. Debbie Clemens also was dragged into the scandal when she admitted that Brian McNamee had injected her with human growth hormone, which is illegal without a prescription.
Brian McNamee's lawyers have told the press that they plan to subpoena Mindy McCready and any other women Clemens has had an extramarital affair with to testify about their relationships with Clemens at McNamee's defamation trial. Since defamation trials turn on the reputation of the aggrieved party, many legal observers are aghast that Roger Clemens, having so many skeletons in his closet, would pursue such a lawsuit. However, sportswriters in Boston and New York who have covered Clemens' career believe that the pitcher they called "The Rocket" due to his blazing fastball is in character, as he intimidated opponents and bulled his way through games while on the way to racking up 354 career victories, the most by any pitcher in over 40 years.
The late Will McDonough, a sportswriter for the Boston Globe, called Roger Clemens "The Texas Con Man" for the B.S. he trafficked in with the media. Clemens portrayed himself as an All-American, true-blue family man, while he was just your average egomaniacal pro athlete on the make.
Ironically, the revelation that Roger Clemens cheated on his wife, that he was a serial adulterer, is more liable to cost him votes for the Hall of Fame than his cheating with steroids and other illegal performance enhancing drugs, as Hall of Famer voters are supposed to take into consideration a player's moral character when deciding if they are worthy. While steroid abuse was widespread in baseball -- as was adultery committed by players -- the sanctimonious baseball writers, seeking a witch to burn to expiate their sins for ignoring what was going on in right front of them for more than a decade, likely will add Roger Clemens to the funeral pyre, more for the blatant arrogance that is the root of The Rocket's hypocrisy than for anything illegal or immoral he has done.
, "Country Singer Mindy McCready Admits to Decade-Long Affair with Roger Clemens; Relationship Started when She was 15"
Baseball Reference.com: "Roger Clemens Career Statistics"
Boston Herald, "Ex-waitress: Randy Rocket once made pitch to me, too"
New York Daily News, "Source: Roger Clemens had several women, flew them on private jet"; "Roger Clemens linked to John Daly's ex"; "Roger Clemens is acting like everyone else is lying"