No More Steroid Issue For The CardinalsJohn Mozeliak, the general of St. Louis Cardinals, has recently spoken to the media regarding the admission of Troy Glaus that he used steroids in 2003 and 2004. According to the statement of Glaus he used that steroid to help him heal his injured shoulder. In 2005, Glaus told the investigating officials that a doctor from California allegedly did prescribe him and the other players of steroids in order to repair a torn labrum and rotator cuff in his right shoulder.

The Cardinals Manager told the press that he had known Glaus for years and he trust him to work as hard on the rehab as his will to get back on the team.

Mozeliak believes that Troy Glaus will not do the same mistake again. He also stated that Glaus is serious in getting back on the game as quickly as possible. Troy Glaus is having his rehab with a private trainer in Phoenix.