WASHINGTON (AP) - Pitching great Roger Clemens and an ex-trainer who says he injected the player with steroids -- have been asked to testify before Congress.
The Associated Press reports both have been asked to go before
the U.S. House Oversight Committee at a January 16th hearing.
Clemens, who played for the Houston Astros, has denied using
steroids or any other performance-enhancing drugs.
AP reports Brian McNamee is also being asked to testify before
McNamee implicated Clemens in the Mitchell report on doping in
baseball, which was released December 13th.
McNamee is a a former strength coach for the Blue Jays and the
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