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Congress After Miguel Tejada and Steroids

During today’s early morning hearing, Congress indicated that “further investigation is warranted” in regards to Miguel Tejada’s involvement with steroids. Congress cited a 2005 interview Tejada gave in connection with Rafael Palmeiro’s involvement with steroids. Palmeiro later indicated that he received an vitamin B-12 injection from Tejada, his teammate at the time. Tejada has remained quiet since his inclusion in the Mitchell Report for his alleged usage with illegal performance-enhancing substances.

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  1. [...] the Mitchell Report was just the tip of the iceberg for Miguel Tejada. According to ESPN.com, Houston Astros’ [...]

    Posted by Not Another Pink Hat - 4/17/08 | Sports of Boston | April 17, 2008, 5:06 pm

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