Ex-Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa still denies use of PEDs during career

Former Chicago Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa, unlike his rival in the historic home run chase of 1998, has never admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs.
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In 2010, McGwire admitted that he had used steroids off and on for nearly a decade.

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His most famous denial came before a 2005 Congressional hearing investigating the use of steroids in baseball.

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To be clear, he added, I have never taken illegal performance-enhancing drugs. I have never injected myself or had anyone inject me with anything.

Sosa’s full interview with Schaap airs on E:60 this Sunday at 9 a.m. ET on ESPN.

Among the Sixers’ planned top selling points to LeBron James’ agent Rich Paul today: Philly believes it still has a real chance to win the Kawhi Leonard trade sweepstakes, league sources say

ESPN also reported Saturday that the 76ers have engaged with the Spurs in trade talks. However, they aren’t willing to include Markelle Fultz, Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons in the conversations.

The 76ers have engaged in talks with the Spurs on a potential Kawhi Leonard trade.

Leonard requested a trade out of San Antonio last month and it’s been reported that the Spurs are ready to move on from the two-time All-Star. The Lakers, Celtics and Clippers are among the other teams that have engaged in talks. However, the Spurs likely won’t agree to a cheap deal for their star guard.