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Jeremy Guthrie calls Marlon Byrd a ‘joke’ after failed PED test

Marlon Byrd again tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug, and one Padres pitcher was not shy about saying how he felt about Byrd and anyone else who cheats the game. Back in 2012, Byrd received a 50-game suspension after a first positive test. On Wednesday, we learned Byrd tested positive once more. This time he will miss 162 games. As the news began to make its rounds...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Indians’ Marlon Byrd Suspended 162 Games After Testing Positive For PED

Marlon Byrd took another substance he shouldn’t have. The Cleveland Indians outfielder received a 162-game suspension without pay Wednesday for violating Major League Baseball’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. MLB announced in a statement that Byrd tested positive for the growth hormone secretagogue Ipamorelin, which is considered a performance-enhancing substance...
Via NESN.com
June 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Marlon Byrd suspended 162 games for PED violation

Cleveland Indians outfielder Marlon Byrd has been suspended 162 games for failing a PED test. It’s Byrd’s second PED suspension, thus the 162-game penalty. Source: #Indians’ Byrd suspended 162 games. Did not appeal. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) June 1, 2016 The Indians signed Byrd to a minor league deal a month into Spring Training, and he forced his way onto the...
Via The Comeback
June 01, 2016  |  Discuss

On the inequity of the 2015 NL Wild Card Game

By Dave Cameron The Wild Card races in the American and National Leagues could hardly be more different. Over in the AL, only four teams are playing at a level that would normally make them contenders, but the rules require that a fifth team qualify for the postseason, so one team from a remarkably mediocre group is going to get rewarded with a playoff spot even though they may...
Via Fangraphs
August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Marlon Byrd traded to San Francisco Giants

By Joseph Coblitz Continuing on with the spree of waiver trades, Cincinnati Reds outfielder Marlon Byrd has been traded to the San Francisco Giants in exchange for AA pitcher Stephen Johnson. The Giants’ regular right fielder, Hunter Pence, was placed on the disabled list on August 18 and with Angel Pagan also on the DL, they were in desperate for some outfield help. Just two...
Via The Outside Corner
August 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Phillies, Reds were close on Marlon Byrd deal

It’s been a quiet offseason in Philadelphia, which might be a good thing when you consider some of the ill-advised moves that Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro has made in the past. However, the Phillies do need to continue their rebuilding process after trading Jimmy Rollins earlier this month, and outfielder Marlon Byrd would be the easiest player for them to move. The Phillies...
Via The Outside Corner
December 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Storyline: Trading Odds for the Phillies

Of the eight Philadelphia Phillies still on the block to swap by August 1, Marlon Byrd would be the stud with the lowest payout for a betting man. To date, what has Ruben Amaro Jr. received? There will be a published Storyline and/or Red Alert each week. Please, scroll down for this edition of Genuine Insight: Gambling for Tomorrow. Welcome, Newcomers: This article represents...
Via isportsweb.com
December 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Marlon Byrd will be traded by Phillies

Why the Phillies will trade Marlon Byrd
Via PhilsBaseball
November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Yasmany Tomas Signing Elsewhere Could Kill A Marlon Byrd Trade

"They owe it to their fans", baseball agent Jay Alou told Ryan Lawrence of the Philadelphia Daily News. The Phillies most certainly do. Signing free agent outfielder Yasmany Tomas would not only be the addition of one young piece that would change the mood of the Philadelphia fanbase and the...
Via Philliedelphia
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Byrd On Pace For (Slightly) Historic Season

In this forgettable string of baseball games that we are calling the 2014 Phillies season, there is not a single thing we could look at and say “yeah, I’m going to remember this for years and years”. However, things aren’t all bad. The bullpen has been surprisingly strong, and a few hitters have been swinging the bat well–particularly the gentlemen that patrols right field...
Via Phillies Nation
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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