Remember the Grimsley affidavit? (Yes: That one.) Well, the Associated Press has been suing that the public has a right to know the names that are in the affidavit, and the government says it's an ongoing investigation. (A very ongoing one.)
Poor George Mitchell. Most people thought his steroids investigation into baseball was doomed more than a year ago, when it began, because if you don't have to talk to a guy like that, why would you? What, this guy's gonna bust this wide open? George Mitchell is a respected public figure, but, you know, not exactly …
David Segui, who hit 139 homeruns in 15 years in Major League Baseball, is one of the players named in Jason Grimsley's affidavit. Segui fully admits to his use of Human Growth Hormone, and claims that it was all perfectly legal, medically necessary, and done under a doctor's care.
Well, it's been a fun weekend around these parts, with our sudden popularity on Kansas City talk radio and our father's concerned, confused "The man on the radio says you said Albert Pujols did steroids. Did you say that, Will?" (No, Dad, we didn't. What did we tell you about sports talk radio, Dad?)
OK, probably time for a Jason Grimsley update.
So we've been digging through this Jason Grimsley affidavit, and there's some pretty fun stuff. We understand the mindset behind what one commenter called "the missing white girl story of the week" aspect of this, but we kind of have a feeling this might stick. Some highlights:
(One of these guys was on human growth hormone ... can you guess which one?)