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Thursday, December 02, 2004
Report: Giambi testified he used steroids, human growth hormone.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- New York Yankees slugger Jason Giambi injected himself with human growth hormone in 2003 and also used steroids for at least three seasons, according to his grand jury testimony reviewed by the San Francisco Chronicle.

The testimony given in December 2003 to the federal grand jury investigating BALCO contradicts Giambi's public proclamations that he never used performance-enhancing drugs.

Remaking the Yankees for 2005, Part II: The Market for Righty Starters. "Is Pedro a good fit for the Yankees? I detest him, frankly, and so do over 70 percent of the New York Post readers who responded to a poll on the matter last week, not that I'm eager to lump myself in with that crowd. But putting the emotional issues aside, I still think he's a high risk, especially long-term." (Futility Infielder)

Remaking the Yankees for 2005, Part III: The Market for Southpaw Starters. "If Leiter looks like a gamble, then Eric Milton looks torn from the Big Book of Bad Ideas." (Futility Infielder)

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