LOS ANGELES (AP) -Dodgers player representative Mark Hendrickson passed out copies of a union memo reminding his teammates to seek legal counsel if approached by investigators looking into steroids in baseball.
Hendrickson passed out the memos Friday.
``It wasn't anything big,'' Dodgers reliever Rudy Seanez said Saturday. ``Just saying, `Be careful.' They always send things out, even for the littlest things.''
Sen. George Mitchell's staff has been investigating steroids in the game for more than a year.
The memo began by mentioning the case of Kirk Radomski, a former New York Mets clubhouse employee who last month pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in San Francisco to felony charges of distributing steroids and laundering money.
``It's clear there are other criminal investigations ongoing,'' the memo said.
It went on to remind players not to talk with any investigator without getting legal advice.
``It's just something that was sent to me that I needed to relay,'' Hendrickson said Saturday. ``As a union, you try to inform your players about anything and everything that's going on as best you can.''
Players from other teams said they had not received a similar memo.

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