Roger Clemens Trial: Yankees GM Brian Cashman Testifies

There's a pretty good chance you aren't interested in the Roger Clemens trial. Well, why did you click on the link, dummy? It's not like I titled it "15 of the Hottest Wives in Baseball."

But if there were ever a day to be interested in the Roger Clemens trial, it would be Thursday, when Yankees general manager Brian Cashman testified. Cashman is still a working GM who affects the game of baseball to this very day. Surely he could make this interesting, right?

Oh, man.

That's the sort of questioning that Cashman underwent for almost five hours, not including a break for lunch.

There were questions about Clemens' character, his statistics, and exhibits about Brian McNamee, the former Yankees strength and conditioning coach testifying against Clemens. The real meat of the testimony had to do with McNamee's accusation that Cashman said he "didn't care what the players were taking" as long as it didn't come back to him. To which Cashman replied ...

If you want the full rundown, check out Jim Baumbach's fantastic Twitter feed. There was a lot of testimony. Most of it as interesting as the testimony in a perjury trial. You were warned.

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