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  • 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...
  • City sits on sideline in NBA competition

    City sits on sideline in NBA competition
    The two news items from early and late Wednesday weren't exactly related, but they were more than coincidental. In the morning: a front-page story in The Sun about how The Relic on Howard Street (aka 1st Mariner Arena) still makes a decent profit. At...
  • Knee-jerk reactions to the Mitchell Report

    Knee-jerking 20 times over the Mitchell Report: 1. Today was to be baseball's stern reckoning with its past. I don't have a sense of closure, though. While it feels a bit like well-choreographed theater today, I suspect history will look back on this day...
  • Reputed Clemens' flame McCready on poker team

     
    The thing about the World Series of Poker is that you just never know who's going to show up.The WSOP Ladies Championship begins Sunday and the event now draws more than 1,000 competitors, including a good number of celebrities. Among this year's well-...
  • Trainer: Clemens used

    New York Yankees pitchers Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte are the most prominent players identified as users of performance-enhancing drugs in the Mitchell Report, which was released yesterday. The most stunning aspect of the report, which was...
  • Quotes about the Mitchell report

    George MitchellLead investigator "Everyone involved in baseball over the past two decades -- commissioners, club officials, the players' association and players -- shares to some extent the responsibility for the Steroids Era." Bud SeligBaseball...
  • On scant evidence, Roberts tangled in controversy

    At 5 feet 9 and 175 pounds, he is among the smallest players linked to performance-enhancing drugs by the Mitchell Report. Small in stature, but not in significance. The Orioles were recurring characters in the 409-page report. Of the 80-plus players...
  • Fan reaction: 'It's about time'

    Fan reaction: 'It's about time'
    The use of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball was the hot topic of discussion among local sports fans yesterday, with reactions to the information contained in the Mitchell Report ranging from surprise at the names involved to empathy for the...
  • Legal challenge, more inquiries could unfold

    Former Sen. George J. Mitchell called it the closing of a chapter. Baseball commissioner Bud Selig said that with the past now better explained, the game is ready for a more honest future. Many praised the honesty and recommendations in Mitchell's...
  • Steroids report includes an All-Star list

    Steroids report includes an All-Star list
    Former Sen. George J. Mitchell unveiled his 409-page report on steroid use in baseball yesterday, naming two current and 17 former Orioles among dozens of players and delivering a stinging assessment of the league and team officials who allowed a drug...
  • History shows baseball will bounce back

    Baseball is no stranger to scandal and unsavory history. One of its earliest superstars, Cap Anson, perpetuated a culture of fierce segregation that scarred the game for decades. Another early great, "Shoeless Joe" Jackson, was one of eight Chicago...
  • Pettitte says he used hGH to recover from injury

    Andy Pettitte used human growth hormone to recover from an elbow injury in 2002, the New York Yankees pitcher admitted two days after he was cited in the Mitchell Report. Pettitte said he tried hGH on two occasions, stressing he did it to heal faster and...