Angels outfielder Gary Matthews Junior is meeting with baseball officials today to discuss reports he allegedly ordered human growth hormone. An anonymous source told the "Los Angeles Times" the sides will meet at Major League Baseball's headquarters in
Before this past season, Matthews name was linked to an investigation focusing on a
A number of players have already spoken to representatives of commissioner Bud Selig. The "Times" says former Angels and current Indians pitcher Paul Byrd is expected to talk to officials later this month.
Former Senator George Mitchell is leading the investigation into the use of HGH and performance-enhancing drugs in baseball. He is expected to release his findings by the end of the year.