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  1. Rafael Palmeiro inducted into Mississippi Hall of Fame

    Rafael Palmeiro is now a member of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. He hopes someday Cooperstown comes calling as well.

    Story | Conversation | July 27, 2012
  2. Houston Astros' Miguel Tejada pleads guilty to lying to Congress

    All-Star shortstop Miguel Tejada (mee-GEL' tay-HAH'-dah) has pleaded guilty to lying to Congress about the use of performance-enhancing drugs in professional baseball.

    Story | Conversation | February 11, 2009
  3. Report: FBI informant sparked steroid case

    A FBI informant wore a wire while speaking with a Baltimore Orioles outfielder, helping fuel the federal government's steroid investigation that eventually led to the Mitchell report, according to a report on The Smoking Gun.

    Story | Conversation | February 04, 2009
  4. With congressional request, FBI starts inquiry into Tejada

    The FBI has opened a preliminary investigation into whether baseball All-Star shortstop Miguel Tejada lied to federal authorities when he denied taking steroids or other performance-enhancing drugs, The Associated Press has learned.

    Story | Conversation | January 17, 2008
  5. Freddy Manuel Tejada, 37, dies in Dominican Republic

    Enrique Rojas

    Miguel Tejada's brother was killed in a motorcycle accident in the Dominican Republic.

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2008
  6. Congress asking Justice Department to investigate Tejada

    Congress is asking the Justice Department to investigate whether former AL MVP Miguel Tejada lied in 2005 to committee staff when he was interviewed in connection with the Rafael Palmeiro steroids case, The Associated Press learned Tuesday.

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2008
  7. Mitchell report: Baseball slow to react to players' steroid use

    George Mitchell's 20-month report into steroid use in professional baseball blamed both players and management for the problem.

    Story | Conversation | December 13, 2007
  8. AP permitted to contest that names in search warrant should be re...

    A federal judge gave permission for The Associated Press to argue that names should be revealed from a search warrant in which former major league pitcher Jason Grimsley allegedly implicated players in steroids use.

    Story | Conversation | July 12, 2007
  9. Tejada not mad at Palmeiro for tying him to scandal

    Baltimore Orioles shortstop Miguel Tejada says he isn't mad at former teammate Rafael Palmeiro for involving him in a steroids scandal.

    Story | Conversation | November 28, 2005
  10. Congress won't charge Palmeiro with perjury

    Rafael Palmeiro will not be prosecuted on perjury charges. Congress said there isn't enough evidence to prove he lied when he testified under oath that he had "never used steroids."

    Story | Conversation | November 10, 2005
  11. Palmeiro: B12 shot may have caused positive test

    Rafael Palmeiro gave his first public explanation of his failed drug test Wednesday, on the eve of a congressional report on whether the former Baltimore Orioles slugger lied under oath when he denied using steroids.

    Story | Conversation | November 09, 2005
  12. O's bench Palmeiro, who won't dress again this year

    Rafael Palmeiro's baseball season is over, the Baltimore Orioles told him Friday, the result of a positive test for steroids.

    Story | Conversation | September 23, 2005
  13. Source: Palmeiro named Tejada before panel

    Rafael Palmeiro reportedly told a three-member baseball arbitration panel that a teammate gave him a substance that might be responsible for his positive test, a source told the Baltimore Sun.

    Story | Conversation | September 22, 2005
  14. Report follows allegations in Canseco's book

    An FBI agent says federal investigators warned MLB about 10 years ago that some of its players were using steroids, the Daily News reported.

    Story | Conversation | February 15, 2005
  15. AL East becoming a 'monster'

    Jerry Crasnick

    The AL East has already gotten exponentially tougher this offseason with the Orioles looking for more.

    Story | Conversation | December 15, 2003