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Sun reporterRafael Palmeiro gave the downtrodden Orioles a reason to be boastful in March 2005, when he wagged his finger on national television and proclaimed to a congressional committee on steroids that he had never, ever taken performance-enhancing drugs. While...
Sun reporterFormer Orioles first baseman David Segui told ESPN yesterday that he is one of the players named in Jason Grimsley's affidavit on drug use in baseball and that he used human growth hormone obtained through a doctor's prescription. Segui, the first player...
Baltimoresun.com staffHere's a roundup of what the national media are saying about the Orioles: • Steve Henson of Yahoo Sports gives the Orioles a B-minus in his list of midseason grades: Such a shame the Orioles are in a division with those powerhouse Rays, and, oh...
Sun ReporterMired in the longest extended period of futility in club history, Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos shook up his organization today, firing the club's manager and bringing in a new high-profile front-office leader. With declining attendance, the growing...
Federal investigators searched the house of Arizona Diamondbacks reliever Jason Grimsley yesterday as part of their investigation of steroid use in baseball. Thirteen agents searched Grimsley's house in Scottsdale, Ariz., for six hours, according to...
Sun ReporterMonths before former Oriole Jason Grimsley said he and other players were using human growth hormone, Congress was quietly pressuring baseball to save players' urine specimens so they could be analyzed when a test for the performance-boosting drug becomes...
Tags: Urinalysis, Lawyers, Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants, Steroids
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 ReporterThe player at the center of baseball's latest drug controversy, Jason Grimsley, is perhaps more distinguished by the company he kept than anything he did in his 15-year career. He has played with everyone from Lenny Dykstra to Eddie Murray to Derek...
Tags: Death, Kansas City Royals, Brian Roberts, Steroids, Eddie Murray
Sun reporterThroughout baseball's raging steroids controversy, San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds has maintained his innocence by offering the same, continual refrain - he gets tested each season and has never failed a drug test. Now, a published report...
Roch Around the ClockBodogLife.com provides updated World Series odds. The Orioles are 300-1, so hit the ATM on your way home. Here’s the list: Boston Red Sox: 3/1 Chicago Cubs: 7/2 Tampa Bay Rays: 9/2 Los Angeles Angels: 7/1 Chicago White Sox: 12/1......
Since 2001, my first year covering the Orioles and Cal Ripken Jr.'s final year playing for them, I've probably written tens of thousands of words about Aberdeen's favorite son. Now, as No. 8 officially joins the sport's other immortals in the Baseball...
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