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Previously linked to the Biogenesis clinic in south Florida, Gio Gonzalez has maintained that he did not receive any substances banned by Major League Baseball.
The latest documents appear to support Gonzalez’ claim according to ESPN.
Both sources, speaking independently, identified Gonzalez as the only Bosch client named thus far who did not receive performance-enhancing drugs. A document obtained by “Outside the Lines” bolsters their case: On a computer printout of clients, Gonzalez, identified by the code name “Gladiator,” is said to have received $1,000 worth of substances, but under “notes” are several substances not banned by Major League Baseball: “gluthetyn” (which a source said was a misspelling of glutathione), “IM [intramuscular] shots,” and amino acids.
Of course while Gonzalez may be in the clear five other players have now been linked. They include San Diego Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera, 26, the reigning National League stolen base champion; Jordan Norberto, 26, a l...
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ESPN.com reported yesterday that five new names were on the Biogenesis list. He also reported that fomer Phillies prospect and Nationals star pitcher Gio Gonzalez is "cleared" of taking banned substances. Gonzalez is recorded in the documents receiving a good amount of substances from the clinic for $1000.00, but they...
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This is a segment that I’ve called “predictions” in previous seasons, but there really aren’t any questions about the Washington Nationals 25-man roster going into 2013. We’ll take a couple of posts to remind you who the key players are to the Nationals upcoming season what they’ll need to do to be successful. We start today...
Major League Baseball has experienced an astounding series of events regarding performance-enhancing drugs, and the latest case – Anthony Bosch‘s list of players who allegedly received PEDs — continues to grow as more reports are revealed.
According documents obtained by ESPN’s Outside the Lines, five more players have been implicated in the scandal. However, it’s not...
An undeserved .232 batting average and just 58 RBI in Jayson Werth‘s debut season as a National (2011) sank him to the 217th overall ranking in fantasy. In injury-riddled, yet surprisingly productive, 2012 campaign saw him rank just 325th overall. This year Yahoo! has Werth ranked just 215th in its preseason rankings.Have we all forgotten how great Werth was from 2008-2010?Last...
Bryce Harper and Under Armour unveil the most bro commercial of all time, with the star baseball player shirtless lifting glow in the dark weights.
Bryce Harper’s new UA ad gets very weird very briefly. [USAT Sports]
Harper’s offseason workout regiment sounds intense. [Nats Journal]
Jayson Werth’s beard is even bearder than usual this spring. [Bog]
Seeing the Nats’ new rotation together makes me happy. [Nats Blog]
Hey gang, there’s a new Nats blog to check out. [Nats Outsider]
Brady Anderson has a big new fancy front...
Born: October 3, 1982
Drafted: 10th Round, 308th Overall, 2004 (Marlins)
How Acquired: Minor League Free Agent
College: Middle Tennessee State University
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Carroll is a stocky outfielder with good raw power who’s been...
Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports suggested yesterday that Tommy John surgery is not nearly the frightening experience it used to be. He may have a point. He says there have been over 1,000 pitchers to undergo the procedure since Tommy John himself pioneered it. One of those pitcher is Washington Nationals' prospect Cole Kimball.
Amanda Comak of the Washington Times says...
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Gio Gonzalez was telling the truth! Nice to have one player legitimately exonerated for once.
Flip Saunders is a popular candidate to replace Tubby Smith. Let’s hope it doesn’t come to that.
Allegedly, the Big Ten is working over the ACC again. What teams fit the conference...