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TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Arizona Diamondbacks' owner Ken Kendrick says full disclosure would help baseball as it deals with the fallout of the steroid era.
Kendrick spoke to reporters in Tucson yesterday after his annual spring training address to the team.
He said he urged players to think about the example they set, as well as the harm they may do to themselves, if they're considering taking performance enhancers.
Kendrick has long been a vocal critic of steroid users.
Part of his anger stems from 2006, when federal agents searched the Phoenix-area home of former Diamondbacks reliever Jason Grimsley in an investigation into performance-enhancing drugs.
The club released Grimsley after learning of the search.