Pettitte Admits Using HGH

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NEW YORK -- New York Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte is admitting his use of human growth hormone. The veteran left-hander was one of more than 80 players mentioned in the Mitchell Report.
The 20-month investigation into the use of performance-enhancing
drugs in baseball was released Thursday.
Pettitte says he tried HGH on two occasions while recovering
from an elbow injury.
He also says "If what I did was an error in judgment on my
part, I apologize."