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  1. In the mid 1980's no pitcher was more feared in baseball then Dwight "Doc" Gooden. A rookie at the young age of nineteen, Gooden would go onto amass an impressive resume in Major League Baseball including three World Series Championships, the Cy Young Award, Rookie of the Year and four starts in the All-Star Game. But while Gooden was earning unprecedented accolades in baseball, his off-field antics were also attracting attention and he tested positive for cocaine multiple times. His drug use......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. In the mid 1980's no pitcher was more feared in baseball then Dwight "Doc" Gooden. A rookie at the young age of nineteen, Gooden would go onto amass an impressive resume in Major League Baseball including three World Series Championships, the Cy Young Award, Rookie of the Year and four starts in the All-Star Game. But while Gooden was earning unprecedented accolades in baseball, his off-field antics were also attracting attention and he tested positive for cocaine multiple times. His drug use and erratic behavior finally caught up with him and he was released from the Yankee's roster in 2001. Today, Gooden is enrolling in Celebrity Rehab in the hopes that Dr. Drew can finally help him kick his decades long addiction to cocaine.

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