Now that Roger Clemens has been found not guilty on all six counts in his federal perjury trial, should he be enshrined in baseball's Hall of Fame? Clemens has solid baseball credentials for enshrinement with seven Cy Young awards and 354 career wins. But his appearance before Congress, in which he denied accusations of performance-enhancing drug use made in the Mitchell report on PEDs in baseball, and his subsequent trial took their toll on his reputation. How should the baseball writers vote when Clemens first appears on the ballot for Cooperstown next year?

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