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What is hGH? Human growth hormone, abbreviated as hGH, is a protein hormone produced naturally in the pituitary gland of the brain. It is believed that hGH is the controlling hormone of many functions associated with age, including energy and resilience....
Sun reporterThe juxtaposition was too interesting to ignore. The Orioles organization spent yesterday dodging questions about the latest troubling revelations in baseball's seemingly endless steroid scandal while squeaky clean Cal Ripken Jr. toured the National...
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From wire reportsFour-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...
Sun reporterBefore 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...
sun reporterNearly a year after the Rafael Palmeiro steroid scandal and months removed from the federal government's inquiries into Miguel Tejada 's vitamin B-12 usage, the Orioles are again intertwined in an investigation involving drugs and baseball. Former...
Sun reporterWASHINGTON // Four months ago, Sen. John McCain chided Major League Baseball Players Association chief Donald Fehr for being slow to take a position on a new steroids policy proposed by the baseball commissioner. "Mr. Fehr, who's a friend of mine, said...
Was the doctor a genius, delighted with the creations that sprung from his mind, or a hopeless egotist? Louis Riecke wasn't sure. But something made him want to believe in John Ziegler, the big scientist with an even bigger ego. Riecke had pumped iron...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - Major League Baseball Players Association lawyers are looking into leaks to the media in Rafael Palmeiro's steroids case and could file a grievance on behalf of the suspended Orioles first baseman. The union is concerned that disclosures...
Baltimoresun.com StaffT.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...
Sun reportersEight days after a report alleged that received shipments of steroids and human growth hormone from 2003 to 2005, the Orioles outfielder met with baseball officials at their headquarters in New York City. Gibbons, making his first public comments since...
sun reporterThe man whose finger-wagging image may forever be the lasting snapshot of baseball's so-called steroid era hasn't paid much attention to the sport's most recent drug scandal. Rafael Palmeiro spends his mornings working out, his days playing baseball with...
Sun ReporterAttorneys 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...
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