Probe Gets New Baseball Steroid Evidence

Documents from former Mets clubhouse worker ties players to drugs
By Doug Sweeney,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 17, 2007 4:38 AM CDT
Probe Gets New Baseball Steroid Evidence
Kirk Radomski, right, assistant equipment manager for the New York Mets, unpacks the team's uniforms in the clubhouse at Mets Stadium at spring training in Port St. Lucie, Fla. in this Feb. 17, 1989 file photo. Radomski, revealed the names of major league players who bought steroids from him to baseball's...   (Associated Press)

(Newser) – A former Mets clubhouse attendant has turned over documentation allegedly detailing players' use of performance-enhancers to George Mitchell’s investigation of steroids in baseball. In April the attendant pleaded guilty to providing major leaguers with performance-enhancing drugs from 1995-2005. Now Mitchell has received the paperwork linking players to the drugs, reports AP.

Included in the papers Mitchell received are reportedly invoices that detail the substances sent to players. Mitchell’s investigation report will probably be issued by the end of the year and will likely name names, including “dozens of current and former Major League Baseball players” listed in the attendant’s December 2005 affidavit . (Read more George Mitchell stories.)

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