Segui Admits to Steroid Use
Former major leaguer sticks up for excoriatoed 'roids supplier Radomski
By Katherine Thompson,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 11, 2007 7:40 AM CST
Kirk Radomski, right, assistant equipment manager for the New York Mets, unpacks the team's uniforms in the clubhouse at Mets Stadium at spring training in Port St. Lucie, Fla. in this Feb. 17, 1989 file...   (Associated Press)
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(Newser) – Ex-first baseman David Segui preempted the Mitchell Report yesterday by announcing that he had dabbled in steroids during his playing days, reports the Baltimore Sun. Segui, whose 15-year MLB career began and ended with the Baltimore Orioles, refused to rat out the other users he knew of through contacts with his supplier, former Mets employee Kirk Radomski.

"I have nothing to hide. I have no problem talking about what I have done," Segui said. He went on to defend Radomski, saying that the trainer wasn't aiming to become a drug hub but just obtained MLB-banned substances as favors to friends. Segui had previously admitted to using (legally obtained) human growth hormones in 2006.