The New York Times, citing lawyers with knowledge of test results, reports that Sammy Sosa is among the players who tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003.
Sammy Sosa said Wednesday that he's ready to announce his formal retirement from baseball.
Rangers GM Jon Daniels told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that he has no plans of pursuing free agent Sammy Sosa.
Free agent Sammy Sosa said he's open to returning to the majors if someone makes him an offer.
Royals GM Dayton Moore said there's no truth to an ESPN Deportes report that his team has renewed interest in free agent Sammy Sosa.
Agent Adam Katz said free agent Sammy Sosa is still holding out for a guarantee of fairly regular playing time.
The Rangers showed some interest in bringing back free agent Sammy Sosa in a limited role, but he isn't interested, according to agent Adam Katz.
General manager Dayton Moore dismissed reports Thursday that the Royals are interested in Sammy Sosa.
The Royals are talking to agent Adam Katz about a deal for free agent Sammy Sosa, a source told ESPN's Enrique Rojas.
Rangers declined to offer arbitration to OF Sammy Sosa, RHP Jamey Wright, 2B-OF Jerry Hairston Jr. and 1B-OF Brad Wilkerson.
The Rangers have decided they will not offer arbitration to their four free agents: Sammy Sosa, Brad Wilkerson, Jerry Hairston Jr. and Jamey Wright.
Free agent Sammy Sosa wants at least $7 million to postpone retirement and play in 2008.
Sammy Sosa said he plans to play again next season, and it sounds like the Rangers will explore the possibility of bringing him back.
Sammy Sosa had a three-run homer and a two-run single Friday versus the A's.