The Brothers Grimsley

The Brothers Grimsley

Diamondbacks pitcher Jason Grimsley watches his team play the Phillies from the bullpen in the 8th inning Tuesday, June 6, 2006, at Chase Field in Phoenix.  Grimsley is the latest name linked to the federal investigation of steroid use in baseball. Federal agents searched Grimsley's house in Scottsdale, Ariz., for six hours Tuesday, according to Internal Revenue Service Agent Mark Lessler, who would not say what they found.

(The Arizona Republic / AP Photo)

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Drug Revelations a Grim Situation for Baseball

"Everybody wants to blame the Players Association, yet Bud Selig said he wanted an [drug policy] agreement in '96, but said he hadn't heard of anything [steroids related] until '98." -- 6.8.06, ESPN's Peter Gammons on WEEI

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Red Sox agree to deal with Pierzynski > Sox non-tender Bailey, Kalish > Sox face arbitration decisions

Boston Herald:

Sox set Bailey, Kalish free > Doug Fister dealt to Nats > White Sox agree to 1-year contract with C Flowers


Pierzynski reaches deal with Red Sox > Kalish, Bailey non-tendered > Mike Napoli still ideal at first base > Middlebrooks, Red Sox both looking for improvement

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Cashman pessimistic on Yankees re-signing Cano > Report: A-Rod called PEDs 'Food'

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