Two Former Astros Reportedly Named In Mitchell Report

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NEW YORK -- Seven-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens and Yankees left-hander Andy Pettitte are the first names to emerge from the Mitchell report.
ESPN.com reports a former trainer for the Yankees and Clemens
told investigators he supplied both pitchers with steroids and that
information is in the report. The Web site cited an unidentified
source close to the trainer.
The Mitchell report will be made public at a 2 p.m. eastern time
news conference.
The Los Angeles Times reported in 2006 that Clemens and Pettitte
were among the players former major league pitcher Jason Grimsley
accused of using performance-enhancing drugs, according to a
federal agent's affidavit. Clemens and Pettitte have denied the
allegations.