Anaheim Angels: The revelation that a pitcher tested positive for steroids was something of a novelty. It has always been assumed that it was only offensive players who juiced up in order to smack the ball longer and harder. The test results (which showed andro in his system -- a substance not considered a steroid by Major League Baseball but banned by the bodies that govern international baseball) are not going to effect the roster presence of Derrick Turnbow according to a report in the Los Angeles Times by Bill Shaikin. Angels manager Mike Scioscia believes that steroids could help a pitcher heave it harder, but doesn't think that is the source of Turnbow's 98 mph velocity.
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