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The baseball players' union concluded Melky Cabrera's agents didn't know about a scheme to create a phony website in a defense of his positive drug test but said they failed to properly manage the employees of the firm who tried to carry out the scheme.
Brothers Sam and Seth Levinson, the heads of ACES Inc., were probed by the Major League Baseball Players Association after MLB's investigations department discovered the attempt to concoct evidence. Cabrera, the MVP of the All-Star game, was suspended 50 games in August after testing positive for testosterone.
Union head Michael Weiner says: ''After a thorough investigation, we concluded none of the ACES principals were involved in or had knowledge of the Cabrera scheme.''
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Melky Cabrera is eligible to receive a full playoff share of pay as a member of the World Series champions, even though he has not been a part of the San Francisco Giants' team for months, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. Cabrera spent 117 games on the Giants' roster this season before testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance and being suspended for 50...
With the World Series win still fresh on most fans minds. It’s now time for the San Francisco Giants front office to start focusing on 2013.
It’s going to be a big decision for them to decide if Brian Wilson should be offered arbitration or non-tender him. Wilson made $8.5 million in 2012. The Giants could be considering a deal that doesn’t guarantee as much for 2013 but...
For those who don't know, Money For Nothing is a wonderfully terrible John Cusak movie from the early 90's. Look it up, watch it, live it. But also realize this article has nothing to do with John Cusak or that movie. Instead, we are talking about the formerly suspended, formerly great, formerly inspirational Melky Cabrera. Cabrera was suspended for 50 games for...
The baseball players' union concluded Melky Cabrera's agents
didn't know about a scheme to create a phony website in a defense
of his positive drug test but said they failed to properly manage
the employees of the firm who tried to carry out the scheme.
Although the World Series is behind us, that doesn't mean there is a shortage of musical tributes done by San Francisco Giants fans.
In case you forgot, singer Ashkon became a viral sensation in 2010 for his remaking of "Don't Stop Believing" for the Giants World Series run against the Texas Rangers.
Now, here is his 2012 version using "We Are the Champions...
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Two years ago, mega-fan Ashkon Davaran's rendition of "Don't Stop Believin'" became the San Francisco Giants official anthem as they went on to win the World Series.As thanks, the team rewarded him with a place in their championship parade through San Francisco.And now that they've won again...dude is back with another song and video. Check it out.
The New York Yankees, seeking depth at the catcher position, claimed Eli Whiteside off waivers from the San Francisco Giants on Monday. Whiteside, 33, played parts of the past four seasons with the Giants, though he wasn't on the playoff roster for the team's run to the World Series championship this fall. He went 1-for-11 (.091) in 12 games with San Francisco this year...
Giving themselves another backup catching option, the New York Yankees have claimed Eli Whiteside off waivers from the San Francisco Giants.
The 33-year-old was 1 for 11 in 12 games for the Giants this year, when he hit .224 with one homer and 20 RBIs in 60 games at Triple-A Fresno. He appeared in 56 games for San Francisco's World Series champions in 2010 and 82 last year....
What do you get when you mix a couple of World Series heroes with a bunch of middle-of-the-road middle infield free agents? Why, this top 10 free agent list of course!
1. Marco Scutaro - For over half of the season, Marco Scutaro looked like a baseball player in decline. Over 415 plate appearances for the Rockies, Scutaro hit .271/.324/.361. Then, after a trade to the Giants...
With all apologies to Meat Loaf for the admittedly ripped off title,
after watching the best hitter in baseball barely move as the third
strike crossed the plate to end the 2012 baseball season, my mind turned
to what seems to be the question of the day in sports and I wondered to
myself what the legacy of the Giants will be in this current era. At
this present time, I...