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Results for: steroids

Jorge Posada: Alex Rodriguez should not be allowed in Hall of Fame

Former New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada played alongside Alex Rodriguez for eight seasons. The two do not seem like very close friends. During a segment with “CBS This Morning” that aired on Wednesday, Posada was asked if he believes known performance-enhancing drug users should be allowed into the Hall of Fame. His answer was…Read More

Alex Rodriguez being taken to court over unpaid legal fees

Alex Rodriguez has returned from his one-year suspension and is back to playing for the New York Yankees, but his legal situation has not yet been fully resolved. According to the NY Daily News, Rodriguez is expected in court for a deposition on April 24 after he was served two documents related to his alleged…Read More

Ervin Santana suspended 80 games for steroids, will lose over $6 million

Ervin Santana was suspended 80 games after testing positive for steroids, MLB announced Friday. Santana signed a four-year, $55 million deal with the Minnesota Twins over the offseason and was supposed to anchor the team’s pitching staff. Coming off a season where he posted a 3.91 ERA last season with the Braves, Santana may have…Read More

Roy Halladay zings A-Rod over Twitter

Roy Halladay brings the heat even in retirement. The former two-time Cy Young winner sent a funny tweet Monday morning that included a zinger against A-Rod: I recorded my first strike out since retirement! Time for a comeback? She has a better swing then Arod! No steroids pic.twitter.com/98ytAyTUy0 — Roy Halladay (@RoyHalladay) March 23, 2015…Read More

Alex Rodriguez’s I made ‘mistakes’ excuse is not valid

Alex Rodriguez is one of the most disliked athletes in professional sports and it is widely agreed that his public relations skills are among the worst in sports. It’s almost like the guy can do nothing right at this point. Yet, despite how easy of a target A-Rod is, there is still an issue I…Read More

Anderson Silva reportedly failed second drug test related to UFC 183

Anderson Silva may be in even more trouble than initially believed. Last week it was reported that Silva tested positive for two banned substances — both steroids — in a drug test on Jan. 9. That drug test was considered an out-of-competition screening ahead of his UFC 183 fight against Nick Diaz. Results from the…Read More

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