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Saturday 26, Feb 2011

  Retired star admits to use of steroids

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Retired star admits to use of steroidsThe former St Louis Cardinals, Mark McGwire, has rendered a public apology after saying that he did used steroids for health reasons and not for performance improvements.

McGwire has admitted using steroids when he was a player, including in the year 1998 when he broke the single-season home run record.

The 46-year-old said an admission applauded by Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig that he used steroids during his playing career.

Sunday 13, Feb 2011

  Alomar and Blyleven find places in Hall of Fame

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Alomar and Blyleven find places in Hall of FameRoberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven became Hall of Famers recently. Sluggers Rafael Palmeiro, Mark McGwire, Jeff Bagwell, and Juan Gonzalez came nowhere close and it seems that cloud of the Steroids Era will prevent them from gaining the place in the near future.

Alomar was picked on 90 percent of the ballots by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America.

Blyleven was picked on 79.7 percent; it takes 75 percent to make it to the grade.

Tuesday 25, Jan 2011

  MLB’s biggest cheats has McGwire as the new addition

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MLB's biggest cheats has McGwire as the new additionThe former St Louis Cardinals slugger, Mark McGwire, as decided to come clean after years of rumor that he used steroids.

McGwire, the one-time “home-run king”, recently became baseball’s confessed steroid users and said, “It was absolutely the most ridiculously stupid thing I’ve ever done in my life. I regret it totally”.

It seems like baseball players are making valiant attempts to rewrite a history that they had already rewritten before with mendacious intent by their use of performance enhancing drugs.

Saturday 15, Jan 2011

  Home run machine McGwire admits to steroid use

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Home run machine McGwire admits to steroid useMark McGwire, the retired US baseball star and home run machine, recently admitted of making use of steroids during his career including the time when he conquered the home run record in 1998.

The baseball slugger said he used steroids on-and-off for a decade and tendered an apology to every one hurted by his behavior.

This confession followed a similar steroid use admission by Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees in 2009.

Thursday 13, Jan 2011

  MVP stands tall against cheating

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MVP stands tall against cheatingThe former major leaguer and a two-time National League most valuable player, Dale Murphy, is making every possible effort to make sure that impressionable pint-sized sluggers do not try imitating their “steroid-taking” heroes.

Murphy remarked that success shouldn’t be an issue for existing and budding players and they should learn to say no to anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs.

The former leaguer is currently on a mission to motivate young players to avoid shortcuts through his I Won’t Cheat Foundation.

Monday 27, Dec 2010

  Senate bid for the final steroid test

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Senate bid for the final steroid testEver since Barry Bonds entered a San Francisco courthouse to testify about the use of drugs by him, baseball fans and media have been a part of anguished debate in relation to use of drugs in sports.

The baseball world is all full of speculations whether two “cheaters”, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, will be excluded by the Hall of Fame voters for making use of steroids and performance enhancing drugs.

Linda McMahon who has been accused of doing little to nothing to curb steroid use may find respite in the fact that users of anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs such as Jesse Ventura and Arnold Schwarzenegger have been appointed as governors.

Thursday 23, Dec 2010

  Ban on game cheaters urged by Aaron

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Ban on game cheaters urged by AaronHenry Aaron, considered by almost every one as the true home run king, recently urged for a ban on cheaters in the game of baseball and Hall of Fame.

The baseball player said he wants to expose the list of 104 players testing positive in baseball’s confidential drug tests in 2003 that includes big names like Sammy Sosa and Alex Rodriguez.

Aaron also said his statements in relation to asterisks are meant only for those players who have been suspected of using performance enhancing drugs.

Friday 10, Dec 2010

  Alex Rodriguez still has plans after the 600th

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Alex Rodriguez still has plans after the 600thThe seventh and youngest player in Major League Baseball history to hit 600 career home runs, Alex Rodriguez, is still under a lot of pressure to prove critics wrong who often find it amusing to link A-Rod with anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs.

It is believed by some that the 600th home run may just not be enough for A-Rod to gain an easy entry into the Hall of Fame once he becomes eligible five years after retirement.

People still doubt me and my performance because of what happened in the past, Rodriguez told Suzyn Waldman of WCBS Radio.

Sunday 28, Nov 2010

  Former Cardinals slugger McGwire admits steroid use

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Former Cardinals slugger McGwire admits steroid useMark McGwire, the former St Louis Cardinals slugger, has admitted using steroids when he was a player including in the year 1998 when he broke the single-season home-run record, but denied they improved his performance.

The 46-year-old recently said in a statement that he did used steroids during his playing career and rendered an apology for the same.

The statement of McGwire was applauded by Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig.

Thursday 25, Nov 2010

  Alderson addressed issue of steroid use in baseball

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Alderson addressed issue of steroid use in baseballThe Mets’ new general manager, Sandy Alderson, who presided over the Oakland Athletics and G.M. in the late 1980s, recently addressed the issue of steroid use in baseball.

It is worthwhile to note that Alderson was interviewed by Congress and former Senator George Mitchell for a report on the subject after Jose Canseco wrote a book detailing his and teammate Mark McGwire’s use of performance enhancing drugs.

I wanted to enact drug testing at the time but was limited by California state law and the collective bargaining agreement with the players, says Alderson.

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