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Friday 26, Nov 2010

  I never used steroids, says former Braves slugger

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I never used steroids, says former Braves sluggerDavid Justice, the former Braves slugger, has vehemently denied making use of injected steroids and remarked that he has his fear of needles.

This statement by Justice was in wake of remarks by Kirk Radomski before George Mitchell that he sold human growth hormone to Justice. The revelation was made when Mitchell was in charge of the investigation about use of performance enhancing drugs in baseball.

A box of HGH was given to Justice during an airport ride, Radomski told ESPN. The box was given after Justice finished playing for the New York Yankees in the 2000 World Series.

Tuesday 28, Sep 2010

  David Justice says he never injected steroids

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David Justice says he never injected steroidsThe former Braves slugger, David Justice, has denied use of injected steroids and disclosed that he has his fear of needles.

This was after Kirk Radomski told George Mitchell that he sold human growth hormone to Justice; this revelation was made when Mitchell was in charge of the investigation about use of performance enhancing drugs in baseball.

Radomski told ESPN that a box of steroids and HGH were given to Justice during a ride to the airport after the former Braves slugger finished playing for the New York Yankees in the 2000 World Series.

Friday 06, Feb 2009

  DAVID JUSTICE TELLS HIS SIDE OF THE STORY

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justice-steroidsIn an interview done by Terence Moore, David Justice reiterates that he has never used anabolic steroids or any performance enhancing drugs in his career. Justice is a former player for several Major League Baseball teams but his best games were those with the Atlanta Braves. He was also one of the athletes names by Kirk Radomski in the Mitchell Report and the steroid dealer said that he had sold Justice human growth hormone when the athlete played for the Yankees. In Moore’s column, the writer looks at possible intentions behind Radomski’s actions.