MLBPA chief Don Fehr said if Congress opts to go after Roger Clemens on perjury charges, the former Yankees pitcher should not expect help from players union.
“Thatâ€™s beyond our jurisdiction,â€™â€™ said Fehr.
As far as determining whether Clemens would be able to salvage his reputation, Fehr said Washington isnâ€™t the best place.
“I think Congressional hearings are not well suited for trying to decide questions of credibility, especially in circumstances like this,â€™â€™ Fehr said. “Thatâ€™s best left for private litigation.â€™â€™