Congress cites progress on steroids; Tejada has some explaining to do

Updated: January 16, 2008, 2:42 PM ET
Associated Press

WASHINGTON -- Taking on baseball's steroids problem once again, Congress kept the finger-pointing and tough questioning to a minimum. Maybe that's because the people under the most scrutiny this time -- Miguel Tejada, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens -- were nowhere to be seen.

Commissioner Bud Selig and union leader Donald Fehr accepted responsibility for the sport's drug boom and the author of the Mitchell report defended his findings in the same wood-paneled House hearing room that hosted ...

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