When you use PEDs you admit your not good enough to compete fairly! Our nations past time should have higher standards! No Clemens no Bonds!— Roy Halladay (@RoyHalladay) January 6, 2016
Clemens, however, was not pleased with Halladay's comments. The former pitcher referred to Halladay as "ill-informed," calling his comment "asinine" in a statement released following Wednesday's announcement, per Sports Illustrated.
Although he did not refer to Halladay by name, he did indicate his thoughts regarded "the latest coming from a former Blue Jays pitcher."
What's more, Clemens seemingly accused his critic of his own PED use.
"Just to enlighten [Halladay], he was accused of using amphetamines by the 'strength coach,'" the statement read. "You should be very careful when putting tweets out while not having your facts on the matter at hand."