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Sun StaffRafael Palmeiro did not provide an explanation at a hearing several months ago before Major League Baseball's arbitration panel of how a steroid entered his system, according to people who have read the transcript. The Orioles star gave a lengthy...
Tags: Baseball, Major League Baseball, Sports, Justice System, Lawyers
Sun StaffANAHEIM, Calif. - Sammy Sosa knows what everybody is thinking. The subject was steroids yesterday, and it drifted to Sosa's locker in a corner of the visiting clubhouse at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, encased in questions regarding Rafael Palmeiro's 10-...
Sun StaffWhen Rafael Palmeiro was starting out with the Chicago Cubs, he seemed more likely to become the next Wade Boggs than to pass Reggie Jackson on the all-time home run list. His smooth swing sent singles and doubles skittering through gaps in the defense,...
On the Yankees beatAlex Rodriguez tested positive for two illegal performance-enhancing drugs in 2003, SI.com reported this morning. Rodriguez, then with the Texas Rangers, won the American League Most Valuable award in the 2003 season. According to the SI.com report, which...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - A House committee is investigating whether Orioles star Rafael Palmeiro committed perjury in testifying March 17 that he never used steroids. Rep. Tom Davis, a Virginia Republican who chairs the House Government Reform Committee, told...
Times Staff WriterIN the big inning, there was Koufax. Baseball cradled in his left hand, his flinty eyes staring down another strikeout victim, he was the quintessential Los Angeles sports superstar of the mid-20th century, a larger-than-life mythic figure to a city...
WatchdogMaking a rare appearance on ESPN's "The Sports Reporters" Sunday, (Lynbrook) Tony Kornheiser opened up about the drug use that helped him land a job at Newsday in 1970, followed by assorted other media entites in the ensuing decades. Click......
WatchdogOn April 8, Jose Canseco wrote this on Twitter: "Of the 103 unnamed players on the list who tested positive for steroids in 2003, Manny Ramirez's name is most likely on the list, 90%." I know today's Manny bombshell is......
WatchdogToday's Newsday Sports Blog Post of the Day comes to us from Adam Ronis' fantasy sports site, in which he manages two impressive feats: Defending Carl Pavano and using a blur of statistics to support his case, some of which......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn a blow to the reputations of baseball legends, journeymen players, team owners and union representatives, an investigative report on drug use in the major leagues released Thursday by former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell blasted America's pastime for its...
An attorney for Roger Clemens said yesterday the pitcher can prove he didn't attend a June 1998 party at Jose Canseco's home described by Brian McNamee in the Mitchell Report. According to McNamee, Clemens first raised the subject of steroids not long...
Tags: Baseball, Curt Schilling, Sports, Roger Clemens, Brian McNamee
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