NEW YORK -- Jose Canseco, Lenny Dykstra, Glenallen Hill and Geronimo Berroa were accused of using steroids by former major league pitcher Jason Grimsley in a federal agent's affidavit unsealed Thursday.
Grimsley also accused Chuck Knoblauch of using human growth hormone; David Segui and Allen Watson of using performance-enhancing drugs; and Rafael Palmeiro and Pete Incaviglia of taking amphetamines, according to IRS Special Agent Jeff Novitzky's sworn statement.
All but Incaviglia, Berroa and Watson were mentioned last week in the Mitchell Report on doping in baseball.
Federal prosecutors in Phoenix unsealed the May 2006 affidavit by Novitzky used to obtain a search warrant for Grimsley's home in Scottsdale, Ariz.
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When the affidavit first was released in June 2006, players' names were blacked out. The Associated Press asked a federal magistrate judge to make the complete statement public, but the request was denied this July.
In October 2006, the Los Angeles Times reported the names of Roger Clemens, Andy Pettitte, Miguel Tejada, Brian Roberts and Jay Gibbons were among those blacked out. Tejada's name was mentioned when Grimsley described a conversation he had with Orioles teammates Tejada, Palmeiro and Sammy Sosa about how they would play after baseball banned amphetamines.
Clemens, Pettitte, Roberts and Gibbons were not mentioned in the unsealed affidavit.
• Outfielder Geoff Jenkins agreed to a two-year contract with the Philadelphia Phillies, giving the defending NL East champions a veteran to help make up for the departure of All-Star Aaron Rowand.
The 33-year-old Jenkins hit .255 with 21 homers and 64 RBIs in 132 games last season for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Rowand, the team's center fielder for the last two seasons, agreed to a $60 million, five-year deal with the San Francisco Giants. Rowand batted .309 with 27 home runs and career bests of 89 RBIs, 105 runs, 189 hits and 45 doubles in 161 games for the Phillies last season and earned his first Gold Glove.
• Dontrelle Willis agreed to a $29 million, three-year contract with the Detroit Tigers, three weeks after he was acquired from the Florida Marlins in the biggest trade of the offseason.
Willis and All-Star third baseman Miguel Cabrera were obtained from the Florida Marlins for six prospects, including outfielder Cameron Maybin and left-handed pitcher Andrew Miller.
• Left-handed reliever Ron Mahay and the Kansas City Royals finalized an $8 million, two-year contract.
The 36-year-old, who will earn $4 million annually, was 3-0 with a 2.55 ERA in 67 innings last season with Texas and the Atlanta Braves, who acquired him on July 31 with first baseman Mark Teixeira.
• COLLEGE FOOTBALL -- Three people have been charged with robbery, sexual assault and kidnapping of three North Carolina football players.
Police said the players were attacked early Sunday at their off-campus apartment. Police said they were bound with tape before they were assaulted, and one of those charged threatened the players with a knife.
Authorities have charged Monique Jenice Taylor, Tnika Monta Washington, and Michael Troy Lewis with three counts of kidnapping, three counts of conspiracy to commit a felony and one count of resisting arrest.
Taylor and Washington are also charged with one count of first-degree sexual offense. Lewis is also charged with robbery, possession of stolen goods and assault on government officials.
• PRO FOOTBALL -- Bill Parcells led Super Bowl winners from the sideline. The Miami Dolphins hope he'll do the same from the front office.
Parcells signed a four-year contract Thursday to lead the Dolphins' football operations, one day after turning down essentially the same role with the Atlanta Falcons.
The two-time Super Bowl champion coach will report directly to Miami owner Wayne Huizenga, whose affinity for big-name help now has led him to Parcells -- a 66-year-old former coach of four NFL clubs who owns a home in South Florida and now has a job there, too.
"He has a proven track record of success everywhere he has been in the National Football League," Huizenga said. "And his football acumen will help put the Miami Dolphins franchise back among the elite of the NFL."
On Wednesday, the expectation around the league was that Parcells would take over in Atlanta, with even some reports saying the deal was done.