Former Mets Employee Admits to Dealing Steroids

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A former clubhouse employee of the New York Mets has pleaded guilty to distributing banned substances, including steroids, to baseball players. Kirk Radomski has agreed, as part of his plea bargain, to cooperate with a wider investigation into drug use in Major League Baseball.

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