Justice, Gooden fire back at Radomski
David Justice and Dwight Gooden denied allegations made by former Mets clubhouse attendant Kirk Radomski during an exclusive interview with "Outside the Lines" on Sunday. Radomski told ESPN that Justice lied about knowing him and purchasing performance-enhancing drugs from him and said he twice took urine tests for Gooden in the 1990s.In a phone interview with ESPN on Monday night, Justice denied having ever met Radomski or buying performance-enhancing drugs from him.
Mike & Mike in the Morning
David Justice responds to allegations that he bought steroids and HGH from Kirk Radomski, issues a blanket denial and says he doesn't remember ever meeting Kirk Radomski. Plus, Greeny and Golic react.
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