Radomski linked to 12 of 13 Mets in r...

Radomski linked to 12 of 13 Mets in report

There are 11 comments on the Newsday story from Dec 14, 2007, titled Radomski linked to 12 of 13 Mets in report. In it, Newsday reports that:

Kirk Radomski, the former Mets clubhouse attendant whose place in baseball history was forever stamped with the release of the Mitchell Report yesterday, also factored into a bit of Mets history as well.

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Harry Seinfeld

Boca Raton, FL

#1 Dec 14, 2007
Why dont you talk about Fred Wilpon cutting the payroll of a team that has tremendous income and a team that has a payoll that is only a fraction of the Yankees who play in the same NY market???
amm

Washington, DC

#2 Dec 14, 2007
I think you are jealous that your beloved Yankees dynasty has been tainted and 12 players who are or were Yankees are on that list.

CLEMENS, PETTITE, JUSTICE, KNOBLAUCH, STANTON, NEAGLE, GIAMBI, RONDELL WHITE, HAL MORRIS, RANDY VELARDE, Canseco, and SHEFFIELD

BRONX ROIDS USERS

Lima, Peru

#3 Dec 14, 2007
I STILL PUT UNDER QUESTION MARK PLAYERS LIKE JETER AND CANO,; THEY MAY NOT BUY STEROIDS TO RADOMSKI BUT JETER IS HIS "I WANT TO BE LIKE AROD OBSESION" AND HIS MELON HEAD LOOKS MORE LIKE A PHARMACY WORKER THAN A BASEBALL PLAYER
SO FAR 20% OF THE PLAYERS IN THIS LIST HELP THE YANKEES TO WIN 4 WS IN 5 YEARS
PIssedtoday

Sugar Loaf, NY

#5 Dec 14, 2007
the yankees werent the only ones named. the mets and red sox both have players listed. it is a shame that these men had to do this. it has tainted baseball for me forever. i didnt want to believe it. how could they do this to their fans, especially their younger fans. shame on all these baseball players. and i know there are some that werent even mentioned so shame on them too.
Kevin H

Pearland, TX

#6 Dec 14, 2007
PIssedtoday wrote:
the yankees werent the only ones named. the mets and red sox both have players listed. it is a shame that these men had to do this. it has tainted baseball for me forever. i didnt want to believe it. how could they do this to their fans, especially their younger fans. shame on all these baseball players. and i know there are some that werent even mentioned so shame on them too.
I agree, but I have suspected something for a very long time. When players that usually hit 10 to 20 home runs a year started hitting 40 to 70 come on!!!! First I thought it might be the ball being juiced which it proberbly is, and maby even corked bats! Never thought of something like steroids, until you started to realize how big these player were getting! Apparently from their extreme strenght and conditioning routine Bull Shit! The players that broke all these untouchable records and have been mentoined in these reports have ruined and tarnished these accomplishments!!! They all should be banned from the game,and their records thrown out.!!!!!!!!!
DunkinDeez

New York, NY

#7 Dec 14, 2007
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Orignal New Breeder

Minneapolis, MN

#8 Dec 14, 2007
The report leads one to believe it was the players, not the ball that was "juiced."
Let's go METS!!!
Remember the Polo Grounds!!!
Yesterday December 13th was Joe Christopher's 72nd birthday.
Mazel Tov # 23.
His number should be retired.
No surprise

Rineyville, KY

#9 Dec 14, 2007
None of the names surprises me at all. I mean Dykstra was easy. He was a scrappy player who helped win the 86 world series and then all of a sudded he shows up in Philly looking like the hulk.
Another name though I haven't seen is Luis Gonzalez. This guy went from hitting like 15- 20 homers to hitting like 45-50 for Arizona that one year. And then all of a sudden his power was gone again. Anyone know if his name was on the list? Cause I would be seriously surprised if it wasn't.

“Wilma”

Since: Oct 07

Yonkers

#10 Dec 14, 2007
So you force a dealer to name names. He happens to work in NY, so the majority of names are NY players. There are probably just as many players on every major league team in every MLB city, but their dealers don't get caught and they don't get named. That is some report. Tell a distorted part of a much bigger problem. And to top it off, the guy who does the report making NY look bad works for the Red Sox, and the Commissioner is a long time Yankee hater. Credibility. Do these guys feel they accomplished something?
mah

Smithtown, NY

#11 Dec 14, 2007
what is wrong with all these idiots paying for steroids by check, how stupid can you be.
Crusher

Edison, NJ

#12 Dec 14, 2007
amm wrote:
I think you are jealous that your beloved Yankees dynasty has been tainted and 12 players who are or were Yankees are on that list.
CLEMENS, PETTITE, JUSTICE, KNOBLAUCH, STANTON, NEAGLE, GIAMBI, RONDELL WHITE, HAL MORRIS, RANDY VELARDE, Canseco, and SHEFFIELD
Hey Mutsie,

Check your own Mutt Laundry list from the report.

Hundley Lopucca & Friends. 17 in total

Plus your beloved 1986 All Cocaine team-Doc Straw & Keith-Etc.

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