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Michael Jordan's Celebrity Invitational Is Bringing Stars Together To Golf For A Cause!

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How cool!

With Michael Jordan's 12th Annual Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational returning to Sin City for a third time, the basketball legend is proud to announce that not only will first time attendees will be coming back to golf for a cause, but new stars will also be making appearances!!

Here's the rundown of who will be at the event:

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Mindy McCready’s Sex Tape Pulled From Shelves After Suicide

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We’re glad to hear that everyone is treating Mindy McCready’s death in a most respectful manner.

The country singer committed suicide this weekend which has led to Vivid Entertainment head Steve Hirsch stopping distribution of her sex tape.

The company first released the tape in 2010, but in the wake of the tragic situation, they have indefinitely frozen distribution of the tape titled Baseball Mistress.

The tape was made with Mindy’s boyfriend at the time and involves her discussing her affair with Roger Clemens.

While distribution has been frozen indefinitely, Steve is also working on stopping digital distribution as much as possible by pulling all digital copies from Vivid’s website.

There are no plans at this time to resume distribution of the tape.

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Roger Clemens Talks Hall Of Fame

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Clemens Talks Hall Of Fame

It's been a rough time in retirement from the MLB, that's for sure (even though he's going to start playing in a different league soon).

Roger Clemens has been found not guilty of perjury in a steroid scandal, so his chances of getting into the Hall of Fame are better than ever.

Though, it doesn't seem to matter much to him at the moment.

Here's what he said:

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Roger Clemens Signs With Professional Baseball Team!

Filed under: Legal MattersBaseball

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That's crazy!

Roger Clemens was just recently acquitted of all charges in relation to a baseball steroid scandal.

He was in trouble for possibly lying to Congress and a whole bunch of other serious charges.

But he got off scot free!

And now he's signed with a professional baseball team! At age 50!!

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Roger Clemens Found Not Guilty

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Clemens Not Guilty

In a trial that's been overshadowed by the intense disgustingness of the Sandusky case, baseballer Roger Celmens was ALSO in a legal battle.

He was found not guilty, though, of

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Roger Clemens Watches The Season Opener For The Winter Baseball League

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Roger Clemens, with the aid of his iPad and earbuds for some reason, was spotted at the season opener of the winter baseball league in Carolina, Puerto Rico.

He looks good and healthy — and it's good to see him supporting his sport no matter where and when!

Though, we're pretty sure he's watching the second season of Small Wonder on his iPad instead of watching the game. Nobody can resist a show about a secret robot.

Nobody. Ha!

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Roger Clemens Going Back On Trial For Perjury

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Despite the mistrial declared by a judge in July, Roger Clemens is going back to court to defend himself against perjury allegations for lying in a 2008 hearing that he never used steroids or other enhancement drugs.

Federal Judge Reggie Walton rejected ex-baseball pitcher's request to toss the perjury charges against him and says he must face another trial on April 17.

Obviously, Clemens' legal camp isn't happy and has said, “This case should end. He’s been put through enough.”

The proceedings were immediately stopped this past July after prosecutors "inadvertently" allowed jurors to see comments by U.S. Rep. Elijah E. Cummings during the 2008 hearing of which the charges stem from.

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