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Report: List of MLB PED violators could come out next week

Dee Gordon’s positive steroids test that led to an 80-game suspension may not be an isolated incident but could very well be the antecedent to many more positive tests being announced, according to a report. Longtime MLB reporter Peter Gammons tweeted on Friday that some executives told him Gordon’s name was “one of a few” on a list and that some more names of violators...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Justin Verlander goes off on PED rules after Dee Gordon news announced

Justin Verlander sounded off on PED rules after news of Dee Gordon’s suspension was announced late on Thursday night. News was released by MLB after the Miami Marlins beat the Dodgers in Los Angeles 5-3 Thursday that Gordon was suspended 80 games for testing positive for testosterone and a steroid. Yahoo’s Tim Brown says the news came out Thursday night because Gordon just...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Marlins may make multi-year contract offer to Dee Gordon

The Miami Marlins are very happy with what they got from Dee Gordon last year, and they would like to see much more of what he can do for the team. According to The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson, the Marlins “will explore making a multi-year offer” to Gordon, who is the league’s reigning batting champ. Gordon made the All-Star team for the second year in a row. He led the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Marlins All-Star Gordon placed on DL with thumb injury

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Marlins All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon has been placed on the 15-day disabled list because of his dislocated left thumb. The move Friday was retroactive to last Sunday, and came as the Marlins prepared to play a weekend series against the Phillies. Gordon was replaced on the roster by infielder Martin Prado, who had been on the disabled list since mid-June...
Via Associated Press
July 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Injured Gordon grateful to represent Marlins at All-Star Game

Dee Gordon won't be able to play in this year's All-Star Game, but he'll still play an important role for the Miami Marlins by serving as the team's sole representative at the Midsummer Classic. An untimely injury Gordon sustained to his thumb on a headfirst slide into first base only three days before the All-Star Game will prevent him from taking the field in the game, but he's...
Via FOX Sports
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

No healthy player at All-Star Game irritates Marlins

The Miami Marlins haven't already had a tumultuous season as is, but they received another blow over the weekend when All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon injured himself, thus eliminating the team's chance to be represented in the All-Star game. Gordon's injury follows the wrist injury of slugger Giancarlo Stanton, who was also selected as an All-Star this season. Both players were...
Via FOX Sports
July 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Marlins' Dee Gordon might avoid DL despite dislocated thumb

MIAMI (AP) The Miami Marlins say All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon may be able to avoid the disabled list despite dislocating his left thumb. Gordon will miss the All-Star Game and will likely sit out the Marlins' first series following the break, but he might return after that, president of baseball operations Michael Hill said Sunday. Gordon was hurt Saturday when he slid headfirst...
Via Associated Press
July 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Marlins' Gordon out of All-Star Game with dislocated thumb

  Second baseman Dee Gordon has been ruled out of the All-Star Game because of a dislocated left thumb, but says he thinks he avoided serious injury. Gordon left Miami's 14-3 win against Cincinnati in the seventh inning after he was hurt beating out an infield hit with a headfirst slide. The Marlins say X-rays were negative, and there was no apparent ligament damage. Gordon had...
Via Associated Press
July 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Gordon leaves Marlins' game with apparent hand injury

MIAMI (AP) NL All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon has left the Miami Marlins' game against Cincinnati with an apparent hand injury after sliding headfirst into first base for an infield hit. Gordon came out of the game for a pinch runner in the seventh inning Saturday. The infield hit was his third of game, and he leads the majors with 122 hits. He was chosen to start in the All...
Via Associated Press
July 11, 2015  |  Discuss

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