Nightengale: For cheaters, rewards still trump risks USA TODAY Everywhere you turn these days, players report to camp, reporters descend, lawyers advise, and everyone is stunned how their names could possibly be linked to performance-enhancing...
Ryan Braun? What was that you were saying about it only being your lawyers consulting with Biogenesis for purposes of your PED appeal? If that’s the case, then what’s this about your name showing up on another document in the Biogenesis records?
I would still wager a decent amount on there being no Biogenesis-related discipline at all — it’s a he-said, she-said at the moment — but if discipline does come it won’t be at least for the next month and change.
Gio Gonzalez was named in the Biogenesis report. Then, reports James Wagner: Gonzalez had blood and urine samples taken two days after the New Times report was published on Jan. 29, according to two people with knowledge of the situation.
Someone on Twitter asked Curt Schilling if he was going to identify the Red Sox employee who he claims advised him to take PEDs in 2008. His response: Schilling update: RT @gehrig38: outing the person would not do anything for anyone.
UPDATE II: Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports that the person who suggested that Schilling take PEDs was investigated by MLB and cleared. It seems that the individual was eventually fired by the Red Sox, but not for that specific incident.
This seems pretty huge.Curt Schilling was on Colin Cowherd’s show yesterday and said that Red Sox officials suggested that he use PEDs when his career was ending in 2008 due to a shoulder injury: Asked for more details, Schilling said the conversation...
The New York Daily News reports that Mariners catcher Jesus Montero‘s name appears in the Biogenesis records. Add him to Ryan Braun, Alex Rodriguez, Danny Valencia, Francisco Cervelli, Nelson Cruz, Gio Gonzalez and Yasmani Grandal.
From investigative reporters T.J. Quinn and Mike Fish of ESPN.com comes word that Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera, A’s left-hander Jordan Norberto, Astros outfielder Fernando Martinez, Padres right-hander Fautino De Los Santos and Mets outfield...
Juicin' In The Majors: A History Of Steroids In Baseball NYU Local Performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) are looked down upon in baseball more so than any other sport. This is in part because ... into baseball in the 1970s.
A Broken System: Re-Examining the PED Issue Yanks Go Yard That said, it's worth looking at Major League Baseball, and really, all of professional sports, too, for its culpability it plays in this issue.
While the additional Braun document is the sexy takeaway from Quinn and Fish’s report at ESPN.com, this has greater significance: Sources familiar with MLB’s investigation said officials have tried to spark an investigation by the U.S.
Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli spoke to the media today about being named in the Biogenesis clinic records, admitting that he met with biochemist Anthony Bosch following a 2011 foot injury and denying any wrongdoing: When I got my foot injured...
From NBCSports.com, via the Associated Press: A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Miami’s baseball team has been tested for performance-enhancing drug use, including human growth hormone.
We already knew that Mike Piazza was going to deny steroid use in his new book, “Long Shot,” which is set to be released next week, but now we have some actual excerpts to chew on. Here’s a preview, courtesy of David Waldstein of the New York Times.
I spoke to a source with Major League Baseball this afternoon who tells me that MLB will investigate Curt Schilling’s claim on ESPN radio yesterday afternoon that a Boston Red Sox employee told him he should take PEDs when he was suffering from...
Dayn Perry of CBS Sports.com makes an excellent freaking observation: despite having all of the Biogenesis records at its disposal, the Miami New Times limited its reporting of players’ names to those clearly associated with PEDs in the records.
Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated reports: Detroit Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta is named in the records of Tony Bosch, the director of the Biogenesis wellness clinic in Coral Gables, Fla., that is the target of an MLB investigation into...
MLB.com’s Adam McCalvy passes along a written statement from Ryan Braun addressing his connection to the Biogenesis clinic: “During the course of preparing for my successful appeal last year, my attorneys, who were previously familiar with Tony...
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