Indians | Laker discusses previous steroid use
The Associated Press' Tom Withers reports Cleveland Indians roving catching instructor Tim Laker expressed remorse for using steroids in the past while speaking Sunday, March 2. "I made a poor decision, a mistake," said Laker. "And all I can do is ask for forgiveness and move on." Laker, who played in the big leagues from 1992-2005, admitted in the Mitchell Report that he took steroid injections in the late 1990s in an attempt to provide an edge over other players. Laker (colitis, pancreas) has also been affected by health issues during his playing and coaching career, but he didn't think his health woes were linked to his steroid use.
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