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Monday, March 2, 2015

PEDs

Alex Rodriguez reportedly will not accept 50-game suspension like other players

More than a dozen players are still expected to be suspended for their involvement with Tony Bosch’s Biogenesis clinic, including Alex Rodriguez. Most of the players will like be handed 50-game suspensions as first-time offenders. However, A-Rod may be prepared to fight ’till the finish. According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports, several players are…Read More

Bud Selig reportedly prepared to ‘throw the book’ at Alex Rodriguez

Unlike Milwuakee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun, New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has yet to reach an agreement with Major League Baseball regarding punishment for his alleged involvement with Tony Bosch’s Biogenesis clinic. MLB investigators have reportedly uncovered much more evidence against A-Rod than Braun, but the belief is that Rodriguez is going to appeal…Read More

Adrian Peterson views steroids, HGH chatter as a compliment

Adrian Peterson’s incredibly fast recovery from a torn ACL and MCL left people shocked, impressed, amazed, and suspicious. The Minnesota Vikings running back tore two ligaments in late December 2011, yet he returned to play in Week 1 of the 2012 NFL season and proceeded to have one of the best seasons for a running…Read More

Adrian Peterson is certain there are players in NFL are using HGH

The NFL and NFL Players Association are getting close to reaching an agreement that would implement testing for human growth hormone. While the progress is probably making some players nervous, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he can’t wait for the increased testing. Peterson’s return to form last year after suffering a torn ACL…Read More

MLB offered Biogenesis whistleblower Porter Fischer $125,000

MLB was so desperate to nail the baseball players implicated in the Biogenesis scandal, they offered the whistleblower $125,000 for information related to the case. That is one of many noteworthy tidbits former Biogenesis associate Porter Fischer shared with ESPN’s “Outside the Lines.” Fischer told “Outside the Lines” that he leaked Biogenesis documents to the…Read More

Ryan Braun loses endorsement deal

Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun will forfeit the $3.8 million remaining on his 2013 salary as he serves a suspension for the remainder of the season, and that isn’t the only money he will be losing as a result of his association with performance-enhancing drugs. On Tuesday, Braun lost one of his biggest endorsement deals….Read More

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