Major League Steroid Pusher Names Names

Supplier to 'dozens' reveals 'mind-blowing' surprises in investigation
By Joseph Fasano,  Newser User
Posted Aug 21, 2007 11:59 PM CDT
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) – A former assistant to the Mets who sold steroids to "dozens" of major league baseball players has provided investigators with a list of users, including some shocking names, reports SI.com. The list "is going to blow your mind," promised a source. The information, provided at a meeting with chief investigator George Mitchell, is expected to break the stalled steroid probe wide open.

Kirk Radomski sold steroids to current and former major leaguers between 1995 and 2005 after working as a Mets clubhouse assistant and bat boy, according to authorities. He faces up to 25 years in prison. His sentencing next month will be an indication of just how much information he's providing. "He's ready to sing," said an associate. (Read more Kirk Radomski stories.)