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Roger Clemens Fires Back At Roy Halladay With A PED Accusation Of His Own

Roger Clemens and Roy Halladay were teammates for one month, when Halladay was first called up to Toronto as a rookie at the end of 1998. They did not, it seems, become fast friends.

Halladay—who has never been shy about his feelings on players accused of taking PEDS—hopped on Twitter yesterday morning to weigh in on the chances of Clemens and Barry Bonds making the Hall of Fame. And his spelling and grammar were as weak as his take was strong:


(Halladay then posted a few screengrabs of Twitter accounts who had retweeted him.)

Well, last night, after Clemens saw his vote percentage climb slightly, from 37.5 percent to 45.2 percent, he responded to Halladay, via a Houston Fox reporter.

As far as I know, there haven’t been any public allegations against Halladay. Until now, of course. I hope we get to do this for the next 11 years.

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