Jason Giambi met with George Mitchell on Friday, becoming the first active player known to talk with baseball’s steroids investigator.

Mitchell and his staff finished interviewing the New York Yankees slugger, and no further meetings were scheduled, a person familiar with the session said on condition of anonymity because the parties agreed not to make any statements other than the release from Major League Baseball.

Commissioner Bud Selig announced the meeting, which took place in New York, but released no details other than who attended. Selig was not present.

Giambi had previously admitted he had a “personal history regarding steroids.” The New York designated hitter agreed to the session on June 21 after Selig threatened to discipline him if he didn’t speak to Mitchell.

Last month, Giambi said he wouldn’t implicate other players. “I will address my own personal history regarding steroids. I will not discuss in any fashion any other individual,” he said.

Mitchell, a former Senate Majority Leader, has been investigating steroids since he was hired by Selig in March 2006. Mitchell had no comment on the meeting, one of his assistants said.

Giambi has been sidelined since May 30 because of a foot injury. The Yankees do not know when the former AL MVP will be able to play again.

Mitchell and members of his law firm met with Giambi. The star’s agent, Arn Tellem, and lawyer, Brian O’Neill, were present, along with Rob Manfred, executive vice president for labor relations in the commissioner’s office, and players’ union general counsel Michael Weiner.

Mitchell has not put a timetable on completing his probe. Selig said June 21 that he would take “Giambi’s level of cooperation into account in determining appropriate further action.”