Showing 1 - 10 of 103 Stories for Ken Caminiti
With the use of steroids and other performance enhancers rampant, according to a former MVP and other sources, baseball players and their reliance on drugs have grown to larming proportions
SCARY MAN A MIX OF POWER AND GLOWER HAS TURNED THE PADRES' KEN CAMINITI INTO ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS PLAYERS IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Ken Caminiti steps in, his game face ready for New York. His blue eyes are as piercing as daggers, even from the shadow of his bony brow.
Is Baseball in the Asterisk Era?
New questions about steroids have cast doubt on the legitimacy of the game's power-hitting records
Grit Vs. Glamour The down-and-dirty Padres had the vaunted Braves facing elimination in the National League Championship Series
With one out the Padres' Ken Caminiti came to the plate to face. Braves reliever ... Caminiti had played poorly against Houston and had moped around afterward ...
One Of A Kind A self-made slugger with a screwy stance, Houston's uniquely gifted Jeff Bagwell is Mr. Indispensable
All-Star leftfielder Moises Alou tore up his left knee on a treadmill before the season even began. Third baseman. Ken Caminiti still cannot run, ...
SAN DIEGO PADRES
Padres general manager Kevin Towers doesn't usually receivetelephone calls from his players in the off-season, but thiswinter Ken Caminiti, ...
WHAT A WEEK! SEVEN DAYS IN SEPTEMBER WERE FILLED WITH FEATS ON THE FIELD AND PENNANT FEVER FROM COAST TO COAST, JUST LIKE IN THE OLD DAYS
threw in the third inning to Alex Rodriguez, Ken Griffey Jr. and. Edgar Martinez: .... (Piazza versus San Diego third baseman Ken Caminiti) and a geographical ...
Field of Screams With all its bells and whistles and architectural quirks, Houston's new dinger-friendly Enron Field is every bit as thrilling as the Astrodome was dull. But, as the Astros are finding out, it takes some getting used to
Reds on a two-run, two-out homer by Ken Griffey Jr. in the ninth inning. One night .... some pretty good ones with Jeff Bagwell and Ken Caminiti. You say, Maybe ...
Vinny, Vidi, Vici He doesn't get the ink of a McGwire or a Griffey, but in only four seasons Vinny Castilla of Colorado has gone from utilityman to the Man
probably don't have the name recognition of Ken Griffey's pool boy, even though ... Ken Caminiti or the Atlanta Braves' Chipper Jones, and your hitting coach ...
MOST VALUABLE OR MOST VOLATILE? THE AMERICAN LEAGUE MVP AWARD BELONGS IN THE HANDS OF ALEX RODRIGUEZ, NOT ALBERT BELLE
between two players, Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Mike Piazza and. San Diego Padres third baseman Ken Caminiti. The Piazza-Caminiti