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The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform has postponed its hearing on the Mitchell Report from January 16th until February 13th. Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee are expected to appear at the hearing, while Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte has yet to decide whether or not to cooperate.

The reason for the postponement appears to be that Congress did not feel they were adequately prepared, which begs the question why they set such an accelerated time table for themselves in the first place. The committee plans to use the extra month to “delve into more recent developments, gather more information, and depose all witnesses before they testify in public.” Additionally, the Justice Department had requested the committee refrain from calling Kirk Radomski until after his February 8th sentencing.

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