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Good news for Gio Gonzalez and the Nationals: an ESPN report says Gio did not receive banned substances from Biogenesis. But did Gio receive substances from Biogenesis and Anthony Bosch?
"I've never used performance enhancing drugs of any kind and I never will
,I've never met or spoken with Tony Bosch or used any substance Provided by him.anything said to the contrary is a lie." (via @GioGonzalez47, 1/29/2013)
Anyway, things are looking up for Gio. Now, if only he and Ross Detwiler could beat that World Baseball Classic rap...
(Photoshop of Gio by the great @ambp77)
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