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Seven-time Cy Young Award winning pitcher Roger Clemens (L) takes part in drills with his trainer Brian McNamee before he faced Houston Astros minor leaguers during their mini-camp in Kissimmee, Florida, in this February 27, 2006 file photo.

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Clemens Asked to Testify to Congress in Jan.

Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte were asked Friday to testify before a congressional committee on Jan. 16, along with their former trainer, Brian McNamee. Also invited to appear before the House Oversight Committee were former Mets clubhouse attendant Kirk Radomski, whose allegations were a central part of last month's Mitchell report on doping in baseball. Former All-Star second baseman Chuck Knoblauch also was asked to speak to the panel. -- 1.4.08, Clemens asked to testify

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