From the Daily News:
When Marty Miller heard Thursday that Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte had been implicated as steroid users by their personal trainer, he hardly blinked an eye.
Miller, who served briefly as the Yankees’ “director of performance enhancement” last season, saw the effects first-hand of self-appointed fitness gurus such as Brian McNamee.
“All I know is if a player is on a roster he can be tested,” Miller says. “If you’re not on a roster, you’re not a player. There’s players who just suddenly retire, and then come back. Some of the answers are sitting right in front of you.”
Oh, that Marty, he’s such a smarty. No wonder why Cashman loved him. (Yeah, I know, it wasn’t a bad hire. Just bad luck, sunspots, or something that was totally not Brian’s fault. No way could it be a bad hire.)