Investigators for MLB have struck out again in seeking cooperation from a Toronto-based sports doctor, as well as his former assistant, who previously injected pro athletes with HGH and other banned substances.
Mary Anne Catalano, the former lead assistant to a Canadian doctor accused of treating professional athletes with performance-enhancing drugs, avoided jail time as expected and was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation.
Investigators for Major League Baseball reached out today in an attempt to gain the cooperation of the former executive assistant to the Toronto-based doctor accused of treating professional athletes with performance-enhancing drugs.
Anthony Galea, a Toronto-based doctor accused of injecting U.S. professional athletes with HGH and other substances, is expected to enter a guilty plea at a hearing Wednesday in federal district court in Buffalo, ESPN.com has learned.
While executing a search warrant at the Toronto office of Dr. Anthony Galea, Canadian authorities found homeopathic medicines and a small amount of HGH, as well as evidence of his treating pro football players.
Steve Courson, Terry Long, Rocky Bleier and others from the team's past were linked to performance-enhancing drugs. Dr. Richard Rydze, who served on the Steelers' medical staff for over two decades, is the latest.
Dr. Richard Rydze was a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers' medical staff for more than two decades. Then, he abruptly left, four months after his name surfaced as a big-time buyer of HGH. Investigative reporter Mike Fish examines the connection.
Convicted steroid distributor Kirk Radomski told ESPN.com that while he was moving a broken television off a dresser, he found a shipping receipt for human growth hormone that he claims to have sent to Roger Clemens' Houston home in 2002 or 2003.