Colorado Rockies reliever Matt Herges and first-base coach Glenallen Hill issued written apologies for using performance-enhancing substances.
Herges said he has "no excuse for my actions" and said he's deeply remorseful.
Hill said he "made mistakes and poor decisions in my personal and professional life." He said those mistakes came late in his playing career.
Both issued their statements Wednesday, the same day Roger Clemens and his former personal trainer, Brian McNamee, testified before Congress about drug use in baseball.
You can read both statements by clicking the links below.
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