Friday, Feb. 1, 2008
CAPITOL HILL (AP) -- Former major leaguer Chuck Knoblauch has spoken with congressional lawyers who are
investigating drugs in baseball. After spending more than an hour
with the lawyers, Knoblauch wouldn't disclose to reporters what was
discussed, but said, "I only know about myself."
His lawyer said the former infielder answered all the questions
posed to him.
Knoblauch's closed-door interview was part of the committee's
preparation for a February 13th hearing which will focuse on
denials by Roger Clemens regarding his alleged use of
performance-enhancing drugs. Knoblauch, a former teammate of
Clemens, was one of the more than 80 players cited in the Mitchell
Knoblauch was accompanied by his wife and toddler son.
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