Rafael Palmeiro is now a member of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. He hopes someday Cooperstown comes calling as well.
Thumbnail sketches of the jurors in the Roger Clemens perjury trial.
All-Star shortstop Miguel Tejada (mee-GEL' tay-HAH'-dah) has pleaded guilty to lying to Congress about the use of performance-enhancing drugs in professional baseball.
Want to know exactly why Congress wants the Justice Department to investigate Roger Clemens for perjury? It's all spelled out in an 18-page memo made public on Wednesday, writes Mark Fainaru-Wada.
Miguel Tejada's brother was killed in a motorcycle accident in the Dominican Republic.
Congress is asking the Justice Department to investigate whether former AL MVP Miguel Tejada lied in 2005 to committee staff when he was interviewed in connection with the Rafael Palmeiro steroids case, The Associated Press learned Tuesday.
Congress could hold hearings on the impasse preventing the Washington area's largest cable provider from carrying Nats games, Rep. Tom Davis said Sunday.
Rafael Palmeiro will not be prosecuted on perjury charges. Congress said there isn't enough evidence to prove he lied when he testified under oath that he had "never used steroids."
Rafael Palmeiro's statement Wednesday on his positive drug test.
Congressional investigators looking into whether Rafael Palmeiro lied under oath are interviewing players who know him.
We're not sure who wants any part of him -- other than Congress. But Rafael Palmeiro cleared waivers Friday, according to sources.
Congressional staff members are reviewing documents related to Rafael Palmeiro's failed drug test and don't expect to say anything until next week.
Documents about Rafael Palmeiro's failed drug test were turned over to Congress, information that will be used to determine whether to pursue a perjury charge.
If players who used steroids are going to be let into the Hall of Fame, so should Pete Rose, writes Joe Morgan.
Congress will investigate whether baseball slugger Rafael Palmeiro perjured himself when he told a House committee that he hadn't taken steroids.
Rafael Palmeiro has agreed to release information about his failed drug test to Congress, including the results, dates of the tests and other relevant details.