More than 11 hours after it began, the House committee hearing on steroid use in Major League Baseball finally came to a close Thursday night.
ESPN.com's Darren Rovell and Wayne Drehs combined to provide wire-to-wire updates on the panelists' testimony before the House Committee on Government Reform in Washington.
The hearing was divided into four panels. It started with a Hall of Fame pitcher -- Sen. Jim Bunning (R-Kentucky) -- and ended with four baseball executives, including commissioner Bud Selig.
The executives followed six former and current players called to testify, including former major-league slugger Jose Canseco, whose controversial book "Juiced" has accused players of steroid use, including former teammate Mark McGwire.
Click on the links below for highlights from each panel (all times listed are ET).