There Will Be Blood

There Will Be Blood

Mike Lowell of the Boston Red Sox talks to the media Thursday January 17, 2008

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez)

Lowell Willing Give Blood for Accurate HGH Testing

Lowell: HGH Test Must Be Totally Precise

"If it's 99 percent accurate, that's going to be seven false positives. Ninety-three percent is 70 guys. That's almost three whole rosters... You're destroying someone's reputation. What if one of the false positives is Cal Ripken? Doesn't it put a black mark on his career?" -- Mike Lowell on Thursday before the annual dinner of the Boston chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America

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Boston Herald:

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