Sammy Sosa Tested Positive For Steroids

Brenden MonroeCorrespondent IJune 16, 2009

ARLINGTON, TX - AUGUST 28:  Designated hitter Sammy Sosa #21 of the Texas Rangers during play against the Chicago White Sox on August 28, 2007 at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas.   (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Yet another baseball superstar has been outed.

This time it is Sammy Sosa who is guilty of cheating the game of baseball. Sosa is the second known player (behind A-Rod) to have failed a performance enhancing drug test in 2003. Just like A-Rod, Sosa's test results were supposed to be anonymous, but were leaked. 

This is no big surprise, with Sosa being called before Congress and stating that he never took steroids. Suspicion has always surrounded Sosa, which is one of the reasons he had trouble finding teams to play for after leaving the Cubs.

How are the test results being leaked? Who is leaking the results? Those are among the many questions coming out after yet another player has been outed.

Sosa may also face repercussions from the law for lying in his testimony to Congress.