Cocaine and opiates found in Caminiti's body
NEW YORK -- A drug overdose killed former NL MVP Ken Caminiti, who admitted using steroids during his playing days and tested positive for cocaine in the days before he died.
Coronary artery disease and an enlarged heart were listed as contributing factors in the death of Caminiti, Grace Brugess, spokeswoman for the New York City Medical Examiner, said Monday. She said the death had been ruled an accident.
The 15-year major league veteran, who won the NL MVP award in 1996, ...
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