Players' lawyers push to have subpoenas withdrawn
NEW YORK -- Major League Baseball gave a congressional committee about 400 pages of documents on drug testing and said commissioner Bud Selig was willing to testify at Thursday's hearing on steroid use.
Lawyers for Jason Giambi, Frank Thomas and Rafael Palmeiro asked
the committee to withdraw subpoenas for their clients, and lawyers
for players and the commissioner's office continued to negotiate
with committee staff Monday, trying to narrow the scope of
questioning. Bob DuPuy, baseball's ...
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