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Steroids (INACTIVE)

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  • Has heart to live dream

    Erik Compton can't shake this nagging foot problem. A plantar wart took hold toward the end of last year, growing to the point where he couldn't ignore it anymore. With the new PGA Tour season approaching, Compton finally saw a doctor last month to...
  • Spinal stenosis a painful arthritic condition

     Spinal stenosis a painful arthritic condition
    Jim Calhoun should be on the sidelines of a basketball court, coaching the University of Connecticut men's team. Instead, he's been on medical leave for a painful arthritic condition. Calhoun's pain is caused by spinal stenosis, a medical condition that...
  • For Frese, it's all about being positive

    For Frese, it's all about being positive
    There's a problem with little Tyler tonight, and Mommy is just about beside herself. Tyler just turned 4. He has leukemia — but this has nothing to do with that. Tyler is extroverted and lovey-dovey, a world-class hugger, a chatterbox. And until...
  • President Bush 'troubled' by Mitchell Report

    President Bush said yesterday that baseball players and owners must take seriously the Mitchell Report on steroid use, but he cautioned against jumping to conclusions about the players named. "My hope is that this report is a part of putting the...
  • Clemens 'evidence' shown

    Attorneys for Roger Clemens' former personal trainer yesterday showed a House committee photos of vials, gauze and a needle that they allege was used to inject the seven-time Cy Young Award-winner with steroids. Attorney Richard Emery told reporters that...
  • Pointed accusation

    Brian McNamee told congressional investigators he injected Roger Clemens' wife with human growth hormone as she prepared for a Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition photo session five years ago, the New York Daily News reported yesterday. McNamee testified...
  • Attorney says Clemens not at Canseco's party

    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...
  • Truth or consequences

    When pitching great Roger Clemens and his former trainer, Brian McNamee, answered questions from a congressional committee yesterday about Clemens' alleged steroid use, one of them wasn't telling the truth. That disconnect in credibility, rather than...
  • Clemens denies drug use

    Clemens denies drug use
    Before a packed congressional hearing room, Roger Clemens, one of the best pitchers in baseball history, fought to save his reputation yesterday as he angrily denied using steroids. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform heard nearly five...
  • Steroid hearings extend to racing

    Four-legged athletes are joining their two-legged counterparts as part of a congressional probe into steroids in sports. The president of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association has agreed to testify in front of a House panel investigating the...
  • Orioles Q&A with Dan Connolly

    T.J., Bel Air: Does Troy Patton's shoulder condition -- and the Orioles' knowledge of it prior to the Miguel Tejada trade -- change your perception of the deal at all? Dan Connolly: No, it really doesn't. If Patton can't come back from shoulder surgery...
  • Mitchell Report fallout leaves Bigbie stranded

    A package of human growth hormone was delivered to Larry Bigbie's home in Northwest Indiana at Christmastime 2005. Within 10 minutes, federal investigators were at the former Orioles outfielder's door. Bigbie knew he was busted. He said he had no choice...