Found January 31, 2013 on
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There are two big problems for Major League Baseball that have come up over the last few days. The big story in all the national outlets is the most recent steroids scandal. The Miami New Times broke a story this week linking several top players to illegal steroids, including Alex Rodriguez, Gio Gonzalez, and Nelson Cruz. The steroid story has been an issue for the last decade, ranging from speculation to names being released, to the Mitchell Report, and now to this. MLB has taken a hard public stance against steroids, yet the problem obviously still remains, as we’ve seen in the recent news.
The other story hasn’t received as much news lately, even though it is a far bigger story. The Los Angeles Dodgers finalized a 25-year, $7 billion deal for their local TV rights. We’ve known they were going to be getting a huge deal ever since they traded for almost every big contract in the game. This is a huge problem for baseball, definitely bigger than steroids. It’s also a problem that has...
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Reports now allege that Anthony Bosch, the director of the Biogenesis clinic in Miami, would travel to Alex Rodriguez's home and personally inject him with PEDs.
Alex Rodriguez is unlikely to play for the New York Yankees again, ending what has become a stressful and acrimonious marriage, sources told the Daily News. The third baseman is recovering from hip surgery that could leave him in such a lesser role that he may opt for an equitable settlement or simply retire, the paper said, freeing the Yankees from the five years and $114 million...
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Dear Madams and Sirs, Yesterday, you went crazy because Alex Rodriguez's name was found scribbled on a piece of paper in an abandoned office. Ever since, you've been combing the stygian depths of the legal profession in hopes of finding a way to screw Arod out of his contract - and thus save the Steinbrenners heirs a little money.Hey, with such loyal fans, the Yankees must...
Tim Elfrink of Miami New Times apparently acquired confidential clinic records that indicated NY Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez purchased hGH as recently as last year:
Yet there was his...
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A bombshell investigative report from a Miami newspaper has accused New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez of using performance-enhancing drugs as recently as last season, leading to questions about his immediate future and his lasting legacy. "The news report about a purported relationship between Alex Rodriguez and Anthony Bosch are not true," Rodriguez's...
In this crazy advertising age that we live in, one of the best ways to get people talking about you brand is using a famous professional athlete in a positive or negative light.
The fine folks over at Spirit Airlines decided to mock New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez's possible PED use in a line of new ads.
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Innocent until proven guilty, right? It’s possible that MLB’s investigation into the South Florida PED scandal will result in suspensions for some of the players named, and right now we know that Nelson Cruz is one of those named players.
Now we have to look at Cruz’s surprising transition from quad-A star to one of the game’s best sluggers on a per-game basis with a more...
The news coming out of South Florida this week has not been good for Alex Rodriguez. But it may turn out quite well for the New York Yankees.
Rodriguez is watching his legacy erode amid new allegations of performance-enhancing drug use, with evidence reportedly mounting that he used steroids much longer then he originally said. With the news, however, the Yankees may finally be able...
Alex Rodriguez and Gio Gonzalez among players named.
The Miami New Times reported a list of players, including Alex Rodriguez, who are allegedly connected to a PED clinic located in Miami. Nelson Cruz, Gio Gonzalez, and Melky Cabrera are also notable players mentioned in this story.
The names in the report come from records from Biogenesis, an anti-aging clinic in Miami that was run by entrepreneur Anthony Bosch. The names were...
This morning, we brought you the story from the Miami New-Times of several MLB players that were linked to a Miami clinic called Biogenesis, a clinic that reportedly supplied them with various performance-enhancing drugs. Among the names included in the report were Alex Rodriguez, Bartolo Colon, Melky Cabrera, Nelson Cruz, and Gio Gonzalez. Cruz and Gonzalez had never been linked...
The news that MLB was trying to look into the Miami-based clinic of one Anthony Bosch hadn’t attracted much attention up until now, however the leaking of a report from one of the clinics former employees to a local newspaper will soon be changing all that. The Miami New Times appears to be in the possession of extensive records from the Biogenesis clinic linking a number of sportsman...
Yesterday's news cycle was dominated by performance enhancing drugs in light of the Miami New-Times report about the Biogenesis clinic in Miami. As you'd expect, every major league player mentioned either had no domment on the matter, or denied any involvement. But of course, that hasn't stopped the Yankees from attempting to void Alex Rodriguez's contract in light...