How could a player like Melky Cabrera go from being an average outfielder to being the All-Star Game MVP? The answer is pretty simple: performance-enhancing drugs.
Hope Solo tested positive for a prohibited substance during a June 15 drug test, but the U.S.
Marlon Byrd was suspended 50 games by MLB on Monday for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drugs policy.
Giants relief pitcher Guillermo Mota is facing a 100-game suspension after failing a performance-enhancing drug test for the second time in his MLB career.
A recent study showing that green and white tea extract lowers testosterone concentrations has Olympics drug testers considering adjusting their tests.
Should they, or shouldn’t they? That is the question regarding known steroid users and the MLB Hall of Fame. The general consensus seems to be that cheaters should not be allowed.
Alistair Overeem’s scheduled fight with Junior dos Santos at UFC 146 in Las Vegas is in jeopardy after the MMA star failed a drug test due to elevated levels of testosterone.
To date, there are no Hall of Famers among the ever-increasing list of known steroid users who currently play or once played in the MLB.