Baseball Stars Called to Testify on Steroids

New York Yankees first baseman Jason Giambi

New York Yankees first baseman Jason Giambi walks into a spring training game with the Cleveland Indians in Winter Haven, Fla., March 9, 2005. Reuters hide caption

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The Senate subpoenas some of the biggest names in Major League Baseball to testify before Congress about alleged steroid use. However, current and former stars including Sammy Sosa, Jason Giambi and Mark McGuire are reluctant, and the league is challenging the invitations.

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