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Tuesday 04, Jan 2011

  No to steroids, says Glaus

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No to steroids, says GlausAfter a meeting between Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak with Troy Glaus, Glaus has vowed not to make use of anabolic steroids in the future. The meeting was to discuss a newspaper report that Glaus used steroids to recover from shoulder injuries in 2003 and 2004.

Glaus will not be duplicating the mistake again, the Cardinals general manager said after the meeting.

Mozeliak also said that he believes that the third baseman will stay committed to the program and make a return to St. Louis quickly.

Monday 03, Jan 2011

  St. Louis Cardinals outfielder received steroid supply

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St. Louis Cardinals outfielder received steroid supplyThe list of athletes associated with a Florida-based investigation into steroids has seen one more name – Rick Ankiel, the outfielder of St. Louis Cardinals.

Baseball’s executive vice president of labor relations, Rob Manfred, remarked the involvement of Ankiel will be looked after and hesitated to go into the details of the link as of now.

HGH prescriptions of Ankiel, including Saizen and Genotropin, were signed by Florida physician William Gogan, as per the Daily News.

Wednesday 15, Dec 2010

  Troy Glaus has enough of steroids and say no to future use

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Troy Glaus has enough of steroids and say no to future useTroy Glaus of the Cardinals has decided not to make use of anabolic steroids in the future. This was after he met with Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak to talk about a newspaper report suggesting the third baseman made use of steroids in 2003 and 2004 for recovering from shoulder injuries.

Glaus will not be duplicating the mistake again, Mozeliak said after meeting in Phoenix.

Glaus is expected to stay committal to the non-doping program and get back to St. Louis as quickly as possible, Mozeliak added.

Tuesday 28, Sep 2010

  Rick Ankiel received supply of steroids

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Rick Ankiel received supply of steroidsRick Ankiel, the outfielder of St. Louis Cardinals, has been accused of joining the list of athletes associated with a Florida-based investigation into steroids.

Rob Manfred, baseball’s executive vice president of labor relations, said that both sides of allegations will be looked after and didn’t go into the details as of now.

The Daily News reported that Ankiel’s HGH prescriptions, including Saizen and Genotropin, were signed by Florida physician William Gogan and were provided through a Palm Beach Gardens clinic called The Health and Rejuvenation Center, or THARC.

Monday 30, Aug 2010

  Troy Glaus affirm not to use steroids in future

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Troy Glaus affirm not to use steroids in futureTroy Glaus of the Cardinals has vowed not to make use of anabolic steroids in the future. This was after Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak met with Glaus for discussing a newspaper report that said the third baseman made use of steroids in 2003 and 2004 to help him in recovering from shoulder injuries.

Mozeliak said after meeting with Glaus in Phoenix that he is of the view that Glaus will not be duplicating the mistake again.

Mozeliak said that he expects Glaus to committed to this program and get back to St. Louis as quickly as possible.

Wednesday 29, Apr 2009

  Troy Glaus Affirmed Never To Use Steroids Again

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Troy Glaus Affirmed Never To Use Steroids Again  The story on steroids of Cardinals’ Troy Glaus as reported by The New York Times last Sunday has made John Moozeliak to comment on the report. He said that he has known Troy for years and he believes that his player will not repeat the same decision he did before. John added that Glaus is working hard to recover and aims to return to the game as soon as possible.

According to the report of The New York Times, Troy Glaus admitted that he told the investigating officials in 2005 that he did use performance-enhancing drugs or steroids in 2003 and 2004. But Troy confirmed that the decision he made was to help him recover from a shoulder injury.

Glaus said that, in 2003, he and the other players were allegedly prescribed by a certain doctor from California to use steroid to repair his torn labrum and rotator cuff in his right shoulder. However, Troy did not make any comment on the specifics of the report made by The Times.

Cardinals’ general manager, John Mozeliak that Troy is doing well on his rehab program and is completely determined to get back to the team. Troy is now rehabbing with a private trainer in Phoenix.

Wednesday 29, Apr 2009

  No More Steroid Issue For The Cardinals

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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.

Saturday 18, Apr 2009

  MORE NAMES BEING LINKED TO STEROIDS

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MORE NAMES BEING LINKED TO STEROIDSThe steroids issue is not ready to be put to rest as more baseball players are being named linking them to the use of performance enhancing drugs. The latest in the string of MLB icons being dragged into the forefront is former pitcher of the Dodgers, Ismael Valdez. On Sunday, The New York Times had released a report naming Troy Glaus of the Toronto Blue Jays, pitcher Scott Schoeneweis, and journeyman catcher Todd Greene as the new set of personalities in baseball found to be guilty of injecting steroids that had been prescribed by Roman Scruggs, a 62 year old anti aging doctor.

The Los Angeles Dodgers had signed in Ismael Valdez in 1991 and began in the major leagues in 1994.

Most fans wonder who else among their baseball heroes are not into steroids? America’s well loved sport is going to the dogs. One just wonder if there is still any way to redeem this game.

Friday 17, Apr 2009

  MOZELIAK WILL DISCUSS STEROID USE WITH GLAUS

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MOZELIAK WILL DISCUSS STEROID USE WITH GLAUSOn Sunday New York Times reported that the Cardinals’ third baseman Troy Glaus had used steroids in 2003-04. He justified that he only used the performance enhancing drugs to speed up the recovery of his shoulder injury. He acquired this while he was still with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Last week in Phoenix, Glaus had his rehab for a surgery he had in January on an injury near the one he had in 2003. He reportedly acquired the steroids from an anti-aging doctor named Ramon Scruggs. What was controversial was that he received the steroids prescription before the doctor even knew of his injuries.

Because of his admission for using steroids for a valid purpose had prompted Cardinals’ manager, John Mozeliak, to talk to Glaus while they are in Arizona.

Glaus also reasoned that he wanted to recover quickly to get back on the field. With his career on the line he cannot afford not playing for several months.

Steroids are known not only to increase muscle gains but also assist in the repair of muscle strains and injuries.

Thursday 16, Apr 2009

  DOCTOR SOURCE OF STEROIDS OF SOME MLB PLAYERS

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DOCTOR SOURCE OF STEROIDS OF SOME MLB PLAYERSMore inquiries are being conducted about the use of steroids in the MLB. Federal investigators are trying to unearth more evidence against Ramon Scruggs, who allegedly supplied many athletes from the MLB prescription for steroids and human growth hormones. Last year he was charged for this crime and 4 baseball players have testified against him. The New York Times had released this report.

Despite the ban on performance enhancing drugs, 2 players from the Anaheim Angels, Troy Glaus and Scott Schoneweis, admitted that they were still taking the steroids even after the drug testing had been implemented.

An anti aging doctor, 62-year-old Ramon Scruggs, says he is not guilty of the allegations. He maintains the fact that the players needed the steroids to aid them while recovering from their injuries and not to improve muscle strength and gains.

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