Positive test would be violation of probation
HOUSTON -- Former NL Most Valuable Player Ken Caminiti was arrested and spent the weekend in jail because of an alleged positive drug test that would be a violation of his probation for cocaine possession.
"They're investigating the possibility there may be a dirty urine sample," Caminiti's lawyer, Kent Schaffer, said Monday.
Caminiti, who won the 1996 NL MVP award with San Diego, will
appear in court Tuesday because of an arrest warrant issued for the
alleged violation. ...
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