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Baseball Goes to Congress

Today, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig, steroid investigator and former Sen. George Mitchell, and players union executive director Donald Fehr are expected to testify in front of Congress. Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee will appear in front of Congress at a later date, and neither person is guaranteed immunity at this time.

Sports of Boston will have full coverage throughout the day about the hearings that could shake the foundation of MLB.

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