Major League Baseball officials on Friday cleared players Ryan Howard and Ryan Zimmerman of allegations they used human growth hormone in the past. Howard, a Philadelphia Phillies first-baseman, and Zimmerman, a third-baseman for the Washington Nationals, were accused by pharmacist Charlie Sly of having used HGH from an anti-aging clinic. But Sly later recanted his claims made in an Al-Jazeera America documentary. In a statement, the league said it “did not find any violations of the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program by either Howard or Zimmerman,” effectively clearing their names.
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