The Monitor's weekly news quiz for April 10-16, 2011

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1. Now that Barry Bonds's trial is over, who is slated to be the next Hall of Fame-bound baseball player to face a jury?

Star pitcher Roger Clemens has been charged with lying to Congress in his 2008 testimony. His perjury trial is scheduled to begin in July. (Bonds was also accused of lying to Congress, but he was not convicted.) The other players listed have either admitted using performance-enhancing substances or have failed drug tests for the same.

Star pitcher Roger Clemens has been charged with lying to Congress in his 2008 testimony. His perjury trial is scheduled to begin in July. (Bonds was also accused of lying to Congress, but he was not convicted.) The other players listed have either admitted using performance-enhancing substances or have failed drug tests for the same.

Star pitcher Roger Clemens has been charged with lying to Congress in his 2008 testimony. His perjury trial is scheduled to begin in July. (Bonds was also accused of lying to Congress, but he was not convicted.) The other players listed have either admitted using performance-enhancing substances or have failed drug tests for the same.

Star pitcher Roger Clemens has been charged with lying to Congress in his 2008 testimony. His perjury trial is scheduled to begin in July. (Bonds was also accused of lying to Congress, but he was not convicted.) The other players listed have either admitted using performance-enhancing substances or have failed drug tests for the same.

Manny Ramirez

 

Roger Clemens

 

Mark McGwire

 

Jose Canseco

 
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