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Andy Pettitte admits using human growth hormone

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Andy Pettitte admits using human growth hormone

Roger Clemens may have denied all accusations leveled against him in the explosive Mitchell Report, but Andy Pettitte took another approach Saturday, admitting he used human growth hormone.

 

In a statement issued by his agent, Randy Hendricks, Pettitte acknowledged using HGH in 2002 to help him recover from an elbow injury, though he said his usage was limited to two days during a stint on the disabled list.

 

Full story: nydailynews_logo.gif icon_offsite.png - December 15, 2007

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I agree with above posted. But honestly you can't deny that Andy has talent. Lets be honest he had to have a lot of talent to be in the big leagues and to pitch for the Yankees. But hopefully that was the only incident.

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I agree with above posted. But honestly you can't deny that Andy has talent. Lets be honest he had to have a lot of talent to be in the big leagues and to pitch for the Yankees. But hopefully that was the only incident.

Oh of course. Andy I must say is one of the best around. He definately got it.

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I agree with above posted. But honestly you can't deny that Andy has talent. Lets be honest he had to have a lot of talent to be in the big leagues and to pitch for the Yankees. But hopefully that was the only incident.

 

Yes, it's certainly true that he does have talent. Still, that doesn't excuse the fact that he was using.

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