Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee appeared before the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. The committee's Web site provides depositions, interviews and other documents from “The Mitchell Report: The Illegal Use of Steroids in Major League Baseball, Day 2.” Click on the link to Day 2 of the hearings.

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Inquirer sports columnist Phil Sheridan watched the congressional hearing and blogged. And blogged. And blogged.

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Read George Mitchell's 409-page report to Major League Baseball on the use of performance-enhancing drugs.

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View the stats on key players named in the report.

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George Mitchell announced his findings Dec. 13.

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In 1996, Mark McGwire was using a then-legal steroid. His ratio of moon shots was the best in baseball history.  And he was chasing Roger Maris' record.

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(From the archives) Don Hooton's son killed himself in 2003 after using drugs to bulk up. Hooton grieved - and then decided to fight.

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After his son's suicide, Don Hooton established the Taylor Hooton Foundation, whose goal is eliminating the use of performance-enhancing drugs in high schools.

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