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It sure didn’t take long for Kevin Slaten and Jack Clark to open up the doors to controversy on the new 920 AM.
The subject of performance enhancing drugs is clogging sports talk radio, and for good reason. The Biogenesis scandal has brought it back to the forefront of everyone’s mind. When Kevin Slaten brought it up on the air and suggested that he always suspected Albert Pujols of using, Jack Clark was quick to jump in with his thoughts.
The St. Louis Post Dispatch broke the story this morning and you can read Dan Caesar’s take by clicking here.
Clark states that Pujols former trainer, Chris Mihlfeld, offered to provide Clark with steroids as a part of his exercise routine. Mihlfeld went on to explain how well it was working for Pujols, whom he had been working with since college and projected to be a “big star” someday.
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Former Cardinals slugger Jack Clark has accused Albert Pujols of using steroids, claiming Pujols' former trainer "shot him up, all that stuff."
Albert Pujols says he's taking legal action against Jack Clark after the former St. Louis Cardinals star accused him of taking performance-enhancing drugs.
"I am currently in the process of taking legal action against Jack Clark and his employers at WGNU 920AM," the injured Los Angeles Angels' slugger said a statement Friday night. "I am going to send a message...
Jack Clark hasn’t even been on the air for his new radio gig one week and is already creating quite the sir. The former St Louis Cardinals player turned radio show host is claiming that the trainer for Albert Pujols, Chris Mihlfeld, once told him that the Angels star used performance-enhancing drugs. Via the St. Louis Dispatch: Clark has brought Pujols’ situation up at least...
Albert Pujols threatened legal action after former Cardinals slugger Jack Clark accused the Angels star of using performance-enhancing drugs on his radio show this week, and now Clark reportedly is out of a job.
The company that put Clark and co-host Kevin Slaten on the air announced it has cut ties with them, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Saturday morning. The move came...
Former MLB slugger Jack Clark is making some big-time accusations in the wake of the game’s latest performance-enhancing drug news, and he’s pointing the finger at two of baseball’s biggest stars.
Clark, who is now a sports radio talking head in St. Louis, is accusing former Cardinals and current Angels slugger Albert Pujols of taking steroids.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has...
I am sure the Angels wishes he gets back on whatever stuff he is being accused of taking. Jack Clark says it is a fact, but it definitely hearsay from a third-party.
Here is what he had to say courtesy of The Saint Louis Post Dispatch courtesy of The Big Lead.
Clark has brought Pujols’ situation up at least twice already on the air. The first time, after Slaten said last Friday...
Albert Pujols won’t live in peace during his time with the Los Angeles Angels if former journeyman power hitter Jack Clark has his way.
Clark was an solid ball player back in the 70′s and 80′s who flamed out in the early 90′s.
He could slug-it-out with the best of them.
But at 57-years-old has he become bitter and resentful or is he on to baseball’s next big scandal...
Curious if Pujols actually sues or is this just lip service.
“I’ve said time and time again that I would never take, or even consider taking, anything illegal. I’ve been tested hundreds of times throughout my career and never once have I tested positive. It is irresponsible and reckless for Jack Clark to have falsely accused me of using PED’s. My faith in Jesus Christ, and...
Tweet Friday, former major leaguer turned radio personality Jack Clark made some bold claims about Los Angeles Angeles slugger Albert Pujols, saying that Pujols has used performance enhancing drugs in his career. “I know for a fact he [Pujols] was [on PEDs].” Clark said. “The trainer that worked with him, threw him batting practice from […]
Former Major Leaguer Jack Clark, who spent three years with the St. Louis Cardinals during his 18-year career, is tossing around a huge accusation today like he’s fishing for minnows with a shotgun. Clark has already angered Mark McGwire, urging baseball to throw the slugger out for good. He has accused Tony La Russa of looking the other way when it happened. He has made...
Ed Note: The following appears courtesy Bloguin's national MLB site The Outside Corner.
Jack Clark was a member of the St. Louis Cardinals from 1985 through 1987 and has a new radio show on St. Louis' AM dial. In his first week on the air, he's accused Albert Pujols (along with Justin Verlander and Shawn Green) of using steroids.
Typically, if you want reasonable...
Former major leaguer Jack Clark, who accused Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander and Anaheim Angels slugger Albert Pujols of using performance enhancing drugs, has been fired from his job as a Fox Sports Radio talk-show host, the St. Louis Dispatch is reporting.
Clark, who hit 340 home runs during an 18-year big league career, began working at WGNU-AM in St. Louis just last...
Today it was announced that Angels first baseman Albert Pujols would pursue legal action against Jack Clark after the former MLB slugger (and now former radio host) made allegations that Pujols used PEDs.
ALBERT PUJOLS PURSUING LEGAL ACTION AGAINST JACK CLARK FOR PED ACCUSATIONS
Clark though didn’t stop in his claims with Pujols. He also named former MLB outfielder Shawn Green...
Former major-leaguer and current radio host Jack Clark was fired along with his co-host Kevin Slaten after making allegations about Albert Puljos and Justin Verlander and their involvement with performance enhancing drugs. Clark began working at WGNU-AM in St. Louis just last week.
He based his accusation on conversations he said he had with Chris Mihlfeld, Pujols’ former...
Like Albert Pujols, Justin Verlander is upset with Jack Clark for accusing him of using steroids. The Detroit Tigers pitcher is not threatening legal action against the former all-star, but he does think the radio host’s accusations this week were moronic. On his new radio show and in an interview with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, [...]