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TV SPORTS Soccer-UEFA Champions League, quarterfinals, Shakhtar Donetsk vs. Barcelona, 1:30 p.m. (FXSP) NBA Basketball-Chicago Bulls at New York Knicks, 7 p.m. (TNT); San Antonio Spurs at Los Angeles Lakers, 9:30 p.m. (TNT) Major League Baseball-...
Owning your own home is the American dream, but for many people, it has created fear and frustration as they try to avoid a foreclosure nightmare. These days, people of all income levels are fighting off foreclosures, from those caught in the subprime...
WatchdogKevin Kennedy offered an interesting anecdote Monday on his daily Sirius XM baseball show regarding being in the opposing dugout as the Red Sox' manager one day early in Mariano Rivera's career. (Derek Jeter makes a guest appearance in it.)......
Chicago Breaking SportsTribune News Services LAREDO, Texas -- The Laredo Broncos say they have signed Jose Canseco to a short-term contract. The independent minor league team said Saturday that Canseco will serve as bench coach and designated hitter during two Broncos'...
- Floyd Landis finally admitted he pedaled dirty for years - Galea now under indictment in the U.S. and Canada - Galea has treated Tiger Woods and Alex Rodriguez Doctor Anthony Galea and cyclist Floyd Landis this week continued the steady drippage...
Tags: Steroids, Entertainment, Tiger Woods, Bill Romanowski, Athletes
KTLA NewsSo we all know major leaguers did and still do drugs to get bigger, better and make more money, and to also cheat the game and ruin the record book, the holy grail of baseball. Yeah, the boys have all their bases covered. So now I have a question for...
Tags: Steroids, Manny Ramirez, Baseball, Daniel Day-Lewis, Sports
Mat Munroe comes off as an affable guy with an easy smile. At 28, he's a devoted family man, proud ironworker and loyal union brother. But it's obvious he has another side. There's the skull and bones inked on his neck and, among his other tattoos, the...
Sun reporterWASHINGTON // A congressional committee, seeking to determine whether Rafael Palmeiro lied six months ago when he testified that he never used steroids, has been interviewing major league players who know the Orioles first baseman, according to people...
THE IMAGE still lingers. Rafael Palmeiro, called to testify before a congressional committee on March 17, pointed his finger at committee chairman Tom Davis and denied that he had ever used illegal performance-enhancing drugs. There was no tortured legal...
Sun StaffFive months after adamantly denying before Congress that he had used steroids, Orioles first baseman Rafael Palmeiro has been suspended for violating Major League Baseball's policy on the banned substance. The suspension, announced yesterday, will last...
Sun StaffCiting a confidentiality agreement with Major League Baseball repeatedly during a 25-minute teleconference yesterday, Orioles first baseman Rafael Palmeiro avoided specific questions about when and what he might have taken that triggered a failed steroids...
Tags: ESPN (tv network), Steroids, Baseball, Retirement, Eddie Murray
WHILE WE WAIT for Congress to figure out what it is going to do with Rafael Palmeiro and Major League Baseball's flawed drug policy, it might be a good time to point out something very important. Congress isn't entirely blameless in this mess. If you...
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