So, in the post that was friends-locked
, Chuck had said that he wanted to talk to the committee but they hadn't contacted him as to where and what he has to do. That was on January 11th. The latest news that came up through the AP newswire today (the 17th) about the committee on Feb. 13th found here
says: Earl Ward, McNamee's lawyer, has been seeking a similar agreement with the House committee, which has asked Clemens and McNamee to testify. Before the hearing, the committee plans to take depositions from the pair along with three other witnesses: pitcher Andy Pettitte, former Yankee Chuck Knoblauch and ex-Mets clubhouse attendant Kirk Radomski, who has admitted supplying players with performance-enhancing drugs.
So, I guess someone finally found Chuck's home phone number and contacted him. Maybe if he wasn't such a hermit, they would've found him more easier? Naw, probably not. Heh.