Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Mets & Roids

A former Mets clubhouse attendant reportedly has furnished information to baseball's chief steroid investigator. reports Kirk Radomski gave former Senator George Mitchell the names of major league players who bought steroids from him. It remains to be seen whether Mitchell would reveal names uncovered in his investigation, which may be presented sometime after this baseball season. Radomski worked for the Mets for a decade, beginning in 1985, then used the contacts he made to go into business selling steroids and other drugs to ballplayers, according to his signed plea agreement.

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