Sun, 29 Nov 2009 04:36:16 -0800
According to The Baltimore Sun, Roberto Alomar is among 15 first-time candidates on this year's Hall of Fame ballot. Edgar Martinez, Barry Larkin and Fred McGriff also are new to the ballot this year. There are 26 candidates, three more than last year. Also on the ballot for the first time are Kevin Appier, Ellis Burks, Andres Galarraga, Pat Hentgen, Mike Jackson, Eric Karros, Ray Lankford, Shane Reynolds, David Segui, Robin Ventura and Todd Zeile.
Fri, 27 Nov 2009 14:31:04 -0800
The Associated Press reports former MLB 2B Roberto Alomar, DH Edgar Martinez, SS Barry Larkin, 1B Fred McGriff, SP Kevin Appier, DH Ellis Burks, 1B Andres Galarraga, SP Pat Hentgen, RP Mike Jackson, 1B Eric Karros, OF Ray Lankford, P Shane Reynolds, 1B David Segui, 3B Robin Ventura and 1B Todd Zeile are first-time candidates on this year's Hall of Fame ballot.
Fri, 21 Dec 2007 12:59:05 -0800
Lance Pugmire, of the Los Angeles Times, reports former Major League Baseball 1B David Segui was not named in the affidavit of testimony by former P Jason Grimsley, which was unsealed on Thursday, Dec. 20. This contradicts a Los Angeles Times report in October 2006 that claimed Segui was among the names given by Grimsley that linked him to performance-enhancing drugs.
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 11:21:14 -0800
ESPN's Jeremy Schaap reports retired 1B David Segui issued a check for performance-enhancing drugs, according to the Mitchell Report.
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 23:53:31 -0800
The Baltimore Sun is reporting former Baltimore Orioles 1B David Segui admitted that he used steroids and purchased shipments from former New York Mets clubhouse attendant Kirk Radomski. Segui also repeated his June 2006 admission to ESPN that he used human growth hormone with a prescription.
Sun, 18 Jun 2006 13:28:21 -0700
Former MLB 1B/OF David Segui said on ESPN's "Outside the Lines" that he used the drug HGH legally, with a doctor's prescription, because of a growth hormone deficiency in his body, and was among the players RP Jason Grimsley mentioned to federal investigators, according to the Associated Press. Segui, who retired after the 2004 season, says he continues to use HGH, after the deficiency was found when he went for blood work before surgery during his playing career. Segui said Grimsley approached him in the offseason, and asked him for advice on how HGH could help him recover from major arm surgery. Grimsley was waived by the Arizona Diamondbacks this month after acknowledging HGH use, and accusing other players of its use in a statement to federal agents. The names of other players mentioned by Grimsley have not yet been made public.
Sun, 21 Aug 2005 18:47:44 -0700
USAToday.com reports the Kansas City T-Bones (Northern League) announced the retirement of former major league IF David Segui Sunday, Aug. 21.
Mon, 08 Nov 2004 09:26:52 -0800
Gary Washburn, of Orioles.MLB.com, reports Baltimore Orioles 1B David Segui filed for free agency Thursday, Oct. 28.
Tue, 02 Nov 2004 01:13:21 -0800
According to The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Orioles 1B David Segui will likely not be retained for the 2005 season.
Mon, 13 Sep 2004 14:32:28 -0700
The Sports Network reports Baltimore orioles 1B David Segui (knee) was placed on the 15-day disabled list with reoccurring inflammation in his left knee.