Dennis "Oil Can" Boyd, major league pitcher of 10 seasons, primarily with the Boston Red Sox, admitted recently in an interview that he pitched with cocaine in his system approximately two-thirds of his career.
The 52-year-old right-hander is still active in baseball circles, participating in numerous fantasy camps and old-timers games, while running a baseball school in Rhode Island.
"Oil Can," further describes his struggles with cocaine and alcohol in his upcoming book, They Call Me Oil Can: My Life in Baseball, which will be released by Triumph Books in June.
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