performance enhancing drugs

MLB Blame Game
Biogenesis has the potential to be the worst PED scandal in Major League Baseball history.  Clinic owner Tony Bosch is said to be cooperating with Major League Baseball officials and giving them information and documents of all users, which is at least 20 players but could be up to 50-75...
MLB Steroid Hunt
Major League Baseball is "actively going after" players who were named in a newspaper report on Miami-based clinic Biogenesis, including Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun. The warning came a day after Detroit Tigers minor league pitcher Cesar Carrillo was suspended 100 games for violat…
NBA Testing For HGH
The NBA and its players union are nearing an agreement that will allow testing of players' blood for human growth hormone (HGH), ESPN reports. If the league and the National Basketball Players Association can come to terms, testing could begin as soon as the 2013-14 season...
Yankees Suspensions?
An MLB source says that a few prominent members of the New York Yankees could be facing suspension for using Performance Enhancing Drugs.
A report late Tuesday said the New York Yankees were investigating ways to potentially void the contract of third baseman Alex Rodriguez if he were to be suspended by Major League Baseball for his alleged involvement with a Miami clinic that dispensed performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs).
Ulterior Motives
Lance Armstrong lied, and lied, and lied some more, to protect himself and his legacy.  He didn't do it simply for cancer research.
Should MLB Implement “One And Done” Rule With Drugs?
In the last week, we have seen two players suspended for fifty games due to positive tests for performance-enhancing drugs: Giants outfielder Melky Cabrera and Athletics pitcher Bartolo Colon. These recent positive tests have re-ignited the debate about the MLB Drug Policy and the related punishment…

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