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Topic - Tim Kurkjian
On this week's show, ESPN national baseball writer and Bethesda, Md.-native Tim Kurkjian called in to discuss a variety of topics regarding the Nationals.
Cleared in court, Roger Clemens will now take his case before a larger jury: some 600 Hall of Fame voters.
He even told a story about how there were people in the Tigers' organization that were convinced they would get Rendon in the Doug Fister trade this offseason.
ESPN reporter/analyst Tim Kurkjian, a Hall voter for more than two decades, said: "It doesn't change how I view him. I think he did something and they just couldn't prove it. I think most rational people look at it that way. I was going to vote for him anyway."