Grimsley mess offers a stern wake-up call
In what seems like a flash, Jason Grimsley has gone from a journeyman pitcher to baseball's worst nightmare.
Before Tuesday, Jason Grimsley's biggest claims to fame were: (A) he's the guy who once crawled through the drop ceiling at the new Comiskey Park (now called U.S. Cellular Field) to rescue Albert Belle's corked bat, and (B) he was once traded, even-up, for Curt Schilling, just before Schilling became Curt Schilling.
But from now on, Jason Grimsley is going to have a different claim to fame.
What Jose Canseco was to the steroid mess, Jason Grimsley now represents for the human growth hormone ...
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Grimsley and HGH
• Prosecutor, Grimsley's attorney: Story inaccurate
• Clemens, Pettitte, Tejada deny report's accusations
• Report: Grimsley implicated Clemens, others
• Grimsley, D-Backs to donate salary to charity
• MLB suspends Grimsley 50 games
• Wojciechowski: Amnesty might be answer
• Bonds' attorney wants assurances
• Report: Mitchell inquiry has contacted Bonds
• ESPN The Magazine: Anti-aging movement fuels interest in HGH
• Cossack: Case is cautionary tale
• Olney: Grimsley with Yankees
• Vote: Leaked names?
• Stark: Grim times await
• Grimsley released by Diamondbacks
• Olney: HGH issue erupts
• Feds target Grimsley
• Drug expert: Time to take HGH seriously
• Players suspended for steroids since 2005
• Steroid policies, sport by sport
• D-Backs say they'll weather storm
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• Intro: The shadows deepen
• Olney: Why pitchers juice
• Four ways to beat the system
• 'I had no shame'
• Audio: Amy Nelson | ESPN the Magazine's Shaun Assael talks about his continuing work on the MLB's drug policy. Shaun Assael