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In case you wanted to feel old...Torii Hunter's son, Torii Jr., made it official and signed his letter of intent to play college football next season for Notre Dame.The Fighting Irish are, obviously, are banking on the senior wide receiver having the same hands that made his father a nine-time Gold Glove recipient. We already knew that he has his old man's hops. Of course, before he does anything in South Bend, the younger Hunter will have to get over a broken leg that he suffered last month while practicing up for the the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.Oh, in case you were wondering, Torii Jr. led the Prosper (Texas) Eagles to a 10-3 record. He had 75 receptions, good for 1261 yards and 16 touchdowns.
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Texas wide receiver Torii Hunter Jr. adds his name to the Notre Dame football recruiting list for 2013. You obviously recognize that name, as he’s the son of major-league baseball outfielder Torii Hunter, now with the Detroit Tigers and formerly with Minnesota Twins (1997-2007) and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (2008-2012)
Hunter, Torii Jr. (WR, 6-0, 180, Prosper, Texas, Prosper...
DETROIT, Michigan — According to a Sports Illustrated story dated yesterday, a report has come out that links Tigers SS Jhonny Peralta to Tony Bosch, a man being currently being investigated by Major League Baseball for giving out performance enhancing drugs. So far, Peralta is the 12th MLB player to have come up in Bosch’s [...]
Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta says he has never used performance-enhancing drugs after his name was reportedly found in the records of the man who ran a Florida clinic being investigated by Major League Baseball.
SI.com, citing unidentified sources, reports Peralta was listed in the records of Anthony Bosch, who operated the now-closed anti-aging clinic. Peralta says through attorney...
According to a Sports Illustrated report, Detroit Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta is the 12th major-league player to show up in the records of Tony Bosch, director of the controversial Biogenesis clinic in Florida.
The clinic is being investigated by Major League Baseball for links to performance-enhancing drugs.
According to SI, Peralta was not directly linked to PEDs by Bosch...
Jhonny Peralta, come on down!
SI.com’s Tom Verducci reports that Peralta’s name was found in the records of Tony Bosch, the director of the South Florida clinic that allegedly sold performance-enhancing drugs to Alex Rodriguez and other major leaguers.
Peralta reportedly does not appear to be directly tied to PEDs in the records, and in a statement the Tigers shortstop denied...
Jhonny Peralta is the most recent name to be linked to the Biogenesis PED scandal. Another player's name was expected to be released yesterday after Jesus Montero was linked. However, the connection that both Montero and Peralta have to the clinic is not clear.
Peralta's name was not mentioned with any PEDs says Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated. This is similar...
Once again Notre Dame recruiting is among the best in the nation.
Last time we checked in with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, they were get hammered by the Alabama Crimson Tide in the National Title game. Now they’ve reloaded with a top 5 recruiting class. As listed by position, the Notre Dame recruiting class adds four defensive backs, four wide receivers, three defensive linemen...
SI.com’s Tom Verducci revealed that Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta’s name was found within the records of a clinic who has been linked to possibly providing performance-enhancing drugs to Major League ballplayers.
Verducci cited unnamed sources who scoured the records of Anthony Bosch’s now closed anti-aging clinic in Miami. SI would not go as far to say that Peralta was...