Glaus declines to comment on accusations he used steroids
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Troy Glaus declined to address accusations that he received performance-enhancing drugs from a Florida pharmacy under investigation for illegally distributing prescription medications.
Glaus, a four-time All-Star, received multiple shipments of nandrolone and testosterone between September 2003 and May 2004, SI.com reported Friday.
"I respect the fact that you guys have a job to do. I expect
that you certainly ...
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