Roger Clemens talks about life after trial
Roger Clemens spent weeks on trial, accused of lying to Congress. A few weeks after his acquittal, he talked about how he's ready to move forward.
KPRC Local 2 sports director Randy McIlvoy caught up with Clemens on the softball field.
Clemens said he's finally regaining some normalcy in his life.
"I really didn't change as a person," he said of the trial. "My heart's a little cracked, but it's not broken. I'm not going to … I look for the good in people."
Two baseball issues linger in the minds of many: Will he make it into the Hall of Fame? What is his future with the Houston Astros?
Clemens is under contract with the Astros. He said he's eager and ready to jump in when the time is right.
"I'll do whatever they ask," he said. "I go to a few games when I can. I mainly talk to guys on the phone or text."
Clemens, who will turn 50 on Aug. 4, is still in great shape and maintains an unmatched work ethic. He said he is excited about his charity efforts and keeping up with his son's baseball journey.