Tejada expected to plead guilty
WASHINGTON -- Houston Astros shortstop Miguel Tejada arrived at court Wednesday to answer charges of lying to Congress, the latest athlete to face criminal prosecutors over the scourge of performance-enhancing drugs in pro sports.
Tejada, 34, is expected to plead guilty. He entered the courthouse through a side entrance, away from television cameras. Guards asked Tejada for identification and the player showed a California driver's license.
The charges against the five-time ...
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