In late September, [Denny] Crine won the LongHaul Bombers competition -- a slow-pitch softball home run derby -- and was crowned the national home run king . . .
. . . If a Mitchell Report was done on softball players, Crine said a lot of names would be on it -- but not his name. "There's actually a lot of them who are steroid users," Crine said. "If you look at some of the guys, it's pretty easy to tell. Softball is not a regulated sport, so no one really cares. But I don't want to say they encourage it.
"I've never done anything like that. I take pride in knowing that it's something natural, that I have a natural talent rather than a chemically enhanced talent."
Say it ain't so, athletic-female-friend-of-the-copy room guy-who-we-claim-works-for-us-because-otherwise-we'd-have-to-forfeit!