| Dec 19, 2007
Orioles second baseman , after a weekend of silence, chose to fall on his sword.
He had been named as a steroid user in the Mitchell Report released by Major League Baseball last week, and though the evidence against him amounted to hearsay - the word of...
| Dec 20, 2007
Rep. Elijah E. Cummings wants Orioles second baseman to turn a negative into a positive.
Cummings, a Baltimore congressman representing Maryland's 7th District, has written a letter asking Roberts to join Powered by ME!, a campaign based in the Baltimore...
| Dec 21, 2007
Three prominent 2007 Orioles who were named as steroid users last year in a Los Angeles Times report on the infamous Jason Grimsley affidavit were never mentioned as using performance-enhancing drugs in that document, which was unsealed by federal...
| Dec 22, 2007
Major League Baseball officials have spoken of former Sen. George Mitchell's report on steroids as a way to put a stamp of understanding on the past and move toward a cleaner future.
But those who have battled doping for much longer in cycling, track and...
| Dec 23, 2007
Marion Jones used several different performance-enhancing drugs over a substantial period of time, according to a detailed doping calendar.
Jones' alleged doping regimen was part of a Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative ledger that featured the names of...
| Dec 28, 2007
Rangers score 30Perhaps the Orioles should not have gotten out of bed Aug. 22.
The day bloomed promisingly enough with the announcement of Dave Trembley's permanent hiring as manager and the struggling Texas Rangers in town for a doubleheader. The...
| Jan 18, 2008
On the same day that former Orioles shortstop attended his brother's funeral in the Dominican Republic, the FBI said yesterday that it has opened a preliminary investigation into whether he lied to federal authorities when he told them he never took...
| Feb 8, 2008
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...
| Feb 9, 2008
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.
| Feb 10, 2008
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...
| Feb 14, 2008
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...
| Feb 14, 2008
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...