Roger Clemens considers Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Randy Johnson professional peers, and all three all-time greats are entering the Baseball Hall of Fame this weekend while Clemens remains on the outside.
Clemens, who won 354 career games and seven Cy Young awards, was not given serious consideration by baseball writers who vote for the Hall of Fame because of allegations of performance-enhancing drug use.
"I don't lose sleep over it," Clemens told CBS Radio on Tuesday. "I know what I did in my career. And how I did it -- I did it right."
Clemens was found not guilty of lying to Congress during hearings over his alleged PED use. He was on just 37.5 percent of ballots in 2014.