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February 06, 2008

Wilson lends a hand

Left-hander C.J. Wilson, the front-runner to be the Rangers' closer, donated $10,000 and $4,000 of video games and equipment to the outpatient hematology/oncology clinic at Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth.

The money was raised during three Guitar Hero III tournaments, the latest of which was held Friday in  Dallas. GameStop and Southwest Airlines offered support. "

"Ever since I was little, I've always felt like there was something I could do to help out," Wilson said. "My master plan has been the more successful I am, the more people I can help out."

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Everybody just whoa down a bit on Roger the Rocket. Gil Lebreton all but pronounced Clemens guilty in todays column, the main rationale being "why would McNamee lie?" Well, there are plenty of reasons. But Roger made a salient point in his 60 minutes interview when he asked why hasn't someone come forward and confessed providing the steroids (McNamee says he did not), and questioned why there was no physical evidence. This thing will work its way through to the truth, as most of these things do. McNamee (belatedly) says he still has the syringes and gauzes with Roger's DNA on them. Curious why he is just now playing this card, nonetheless, let's see it analyzed. Assuming it does have Roger's DNA it will also contain traces of painkiller and vitamins as Roger says, or it will contain traces of steroids as McNamee says. Analyze the evidence, then we'll know. Until then, we won't.

Everybody just whoa down a bit on Roger the Rocket. Gil Lebreton all but pronounced Clemens guilty in todays column, the main rationale being "why would McNamee lie?" Well, there are plenty of reasons. But Roger made a salient point in his 60 minutes interview when he asked why hasn't someone come forward and confessed providing the steroids (McNamee says he did not), and questioned why there was no physical evidence. This thing will work its way through to the truth, as most of these things do. McNamee (belatedly) says he still has the syringes and gauzes with Roger's DNA on them. Curious why he is just now playing this card, nonetheless, let's see it analyzed. Assuming it does have Roger's DNA it will also contain traces of painkiller and vitamins as Roger says, or it will contain traces of steroids as McNamee says. Analyze the evidence, then we'll know. Until then, we won't.

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