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Baseball can’t win against PEDs | Boston Herald

Hmmm, is it worth the risk?Do you want to risk your legacy to make gobs of cold hard cash?

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Kraig Debro's comment, March 28, 2013 8:08 PM
What research is there that says HGH helps a player hit a baseball?
John Iatesta's comment, March 28, 2013 8:14 PM
There isn't any but it helps with recovery and muscle growth
Kraig Debro's comment, March 29, 2013 9:54 AM
I agree, great point, but because of that don't you think the reaction to the efficacy of HGH is overblown in the press/among fans? Even if a pitcher is throwing only 90mph, if that pitcher has four pitches...HGH isn't going to help a better know which pitch to look for.
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Francisco Cervelli on link to Biogenesis clinic: “I just went there, talked, and that’s it.”

Francisco Cervelli on link to Biogenesis clinic: “I just went there, talked, and that’s it.” | Steroids in sports | Scoop.it
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...

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Ryan Braun listed in more Biogenesis docs … and it makes Braun look BAD

Ryan Braun listed in more Biogenesis docs … and it makes Braun look BAD | Steroids in sports | Scoop.it
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?

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Coincidence? I think not.

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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.

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No government entities are investigating Biogenesis

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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.

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