The former Major League outfielder wrote a best-selling 2005 book, "Juiced," in which he admitted using steroids and accused most other players of doing so as well.
He has said he had suspicions but no proof that Clemens used steroids. One of the accusations against Clemens is that he lied when he said he did not attend a 1998 party at Canseco's Miami home in which they discussed steroids.
Canseco also has said Clemens wasn't at the party, but several other attendees said the pitcher was.
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