KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) -Miguel Tejada says he's been advised by attorneys not to comment on the Mitchell Report or an FBI investigation looking into his alleged link to steroids.
Tejada arrived at the Houston Astros training camp Tuesday morning, and declined to answer questions regarding the report in which Adam Piatt claimed he gave steroids to Tejada in 2003, when the two were teammates in Oakland. The report included checks Tejada wrote to Piatt to allegedly pay for steroids. The report also said Tejada refused to meet with Mitchell's investigators.
The Astros acquired the four-time All-Star shortstop from Baltimore on Dec. 12, the day before the Mitchell Report was released.

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