A stunning decision was made today as former MLB pitcher Roger Clemens was found not guilty on of perjury and obstruction. Clemens who last pitched for the New York Yankees and also had stints with the Astros, Blue Jays and Red Sox, was facing a max sentence of 30 years in prison but was found not guilty on all 6 charges. Although he wasn’t convicted in a court of law, Clemens has been found guilty in the public eye as for years his name has been linked to steroid use in MLB. Clemens is in the same boat as suspected steroid users Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa and Andy Pettitte. Pettitte was the only person on this list who admitted to using performance enhancing drugs, Pettitte was also a witness in the case saying that he saw Clemens inject himself he would later retract his testimony when he was called to the stand. With that retraction and bad evidence provided by former trainer Brian McNamee the jury was unable to convict Roger Clemens. Next up for Roger Clemens is the hall of fame where he will most likely get the cold shoulder that voters are using toward Bonds, McGwire, Sosa and Palmiero just to name a few. The Clemens name is now a tainted one and the perception that he is viewed from will always be negative.