I know I said no more steroid stories, but this one is important.
At the request of federal prosecutors, a judge in Phoenix unsealed the 20-page affidavit signed by Novitzky in May 2006, used to obtain a search warrant for Grimsley's home in Scottsdale, Ariz. When the affidavit first was released in June 2006, players' names were blacked out. The Associated Press asked a federal magistrate judge to make the complete statement public, but the request was denied until July 2007.
Second, this means that McNamee is only person to accuse Clemens of wrong doing. Maybe Clemens juiced, maybe he didn't; but it's now McNamee v. Rocket, and McNamee gave his testimony thinking that Clemens had already been branded a steroid user.
It doesn't clear anyone's name, but it ought to give us pause before we drag those same names through the mud.