WASHINGTON -- Pitching great Roger Clemens and ex-trainer Brian McNamee today stopped at Capitol Hill over the subject of performance enchancing drugs.
The former Houston Astros ace met one-on-one with congressmen
His former personal trainer met with U.S. House lawyers for a
Clemens has denied using performance-improving substances.
The seven-time Cy Young Award winner has denied McNamee's
allegations in the Mitchell Report -- and that dispute about drug
drew the attention of Congress.
McNamee didn't speak to reporters on his way into the offices of
the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
On another floor in the Rayburn House Office Building, Clemens
made brief comments as he walked to various offices of
representatives on the committee.
Clemens met with Congressman Tom Davis and committee chairman