McGwire apologizes to La Russa, Selig
Mark McGwire finally came clean, admitting he used steroids when he broke baseball’s home run record in 1998, but he also said he didn’t need performance-enhancing drugs to hit the long ball. Read More ESPN.com
Mark McGwire steroids confession: Will it be enough?
The long-suspected Mark McGwire steroids confession came Monday in an attempt to clear the air before he becomes the St. Louis Cardinals’ hitting coach next season. The confession seemed cathartic for the introverted former slugger, but questions remain. Read More The Christian Science Monitor
McGwire’s admission leaves Maris family ‘disappointed’
Mark McGwire’s admission Monday that he used steroids during his career, including the 1998 season when he broke the all-time single-season home run record held by the late Roger Maris, “disappointed” the Maris family. Read more The Gainesville Sun