List of athletes that have taken steroids

April 15, 2015: Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, 25, was found guilty of first-degree murder. He was first charged with killing his fiancé's sister's boyfriend, Odin Lloyd , 27, in 2013. According to the prosecution, Hernandez and two other men picked up Lloyd at his home, drove him to a secluded industrial park, and shot him six times. They never presented a possible motive for the murder, nor did they find a murder weapon or any witnesses, yet they were still able to convince a jury that Hernandez had orchestrated the killing. Security video from his home showed Hernandez holding a gun just a few minutes after Lloyd was killed.

Marley Kalata, Avon (Cincinnati); Hillary Mihalik, Avon (Ashland); Olivia Siko, Avon Lake (Toledo); Mila Zunich, Avon Lake (Wooster); Megan Garrity, Bay (Pace); Maddie Holmes, Bay (Kent State); Alex Hoffman, Bay (Hartford); Kate Dannemiller, Bay (Denison); Keely Malone, Chagrin Falls (Mount Union); Sophia Barnes, Buckeye (Bowling Green); McKenzie Ernie, Buckeye (Keuka College); Cassidy Baker, Chardon (Edinboro); Melanie Critzer, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Roberts Wesleyan); Sarah Tomich , Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Wheaton); Jaya Wilson, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Texas Southern)—will also run track; Lindsey Ahbe, Green (Findlay); Hannah Nichols, Green (Grand Canyon); Lexi Neal, Kenston (Youngstown State); Tessa Osborne, Lake Catholic (Eastern Michigan); Regina Ploplis, Lake Catholic (Youngstown State); Sammy Salatino, Lake Catholic (Youngstown State); Ellie Frania, Madison (Edinboro) ; Paige Casto, Magnificat (Bowling Green State University); Maggie Fragapane, Magnificat (Edinboro University); Maria Gerace, Magnificat (Loyola University of Chicago); Molly Lawrence, Magnificat (Wright State University); Hannah Lee, Magnificat (Ashland University); Shannon McIntyre, Magnificat (Slippery Rock University); Courtney Favazzo, Mayfield (Ohio Northern); Kristen Funk, Mentor (Lake Erie College), Bella Futchi, Mentor (Youngstown State); Sidney Riemer, Midview (Lewis University); Kaitlin Roemer, Midview (Ursuline); Delaney Masteller, Nordonia (University of Findlay); Jackie Clegg, North Royalton (Ashland); Keeley Malley, North Royalton (Malone); Emily Mark, North Royalton, (Ashland); Skyelar Alstadt, Olmsted Falls (Edinboro); Brittany Chapman, Olmsted Falls (Mount Union); Lexi Gomez, Olmsted Falls (University of Illinois-Chicago); Natalie Freno, Wadsworth (Malone University)

On Sept. 3, 1985, Paul O'Neill made his debut for the Reds, cracking a single in his first bat. He went on to collect 2,107 hits, 281 home runs and 1,269 RBI, along with a career .288 batting average. While his numbers aren't quite as gaudy as some of the other major leaguers on this list, O'Neill played with a passion unmatched by most. He could often be seen taking out his frustration on water coolers in the dugout and was labeled as a "warrior" by George Steinbrenner. And don't forget, he's also a five-time All-Star and World Series champion (four with the Yankees, one with the Reds).

List of athletes that have taken steroids

list of athletes that have taken steroids


list of athletes that have taken steroidslist of athletes that have taken steroidslist of athletes that have taken steroidslist of athletes that have taken steroidslist of athletes that have taken steroids