The jury has reached a verdict in the perjury trial of former star pitcher Roger Clemens, a public affairs spokeswoman at the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia said on Monday.
Jurors were expected to announce their decision shortly.
Clemens - one of the top pitchers in Major League Baseball history - is among the biggest names to be implicated in drug use in the professional baseball industry. He did not take the stand in his own defense during the two-month trial.
Clemens, 49, faces one count of obstruction of Congress, three counts of making a false statement and two counts of perjury. He has pleaded not guilty. If convicted, he faces a maximum prison term of 30 years, though under federal sentencing guidelines he most likely would get 15 to 21 months.
(Reporting by Lily Kuo; Editing by Jackie Frank)