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Suspended Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun admitted on Thursday to taking performance enhancing drugs during his 2011 NL MVP season and apologized for using them.
Braun was suspended 65 games by Major League Baseball on July 22 for his connection to Biogenesis, an anti-aging clinic based out of Miami. He had also tested positive for elevated testosterone in October 2011, but the suspension was...Read more »
"60 Minutes" is reporting Friday that members of Alex Rodriguez's "inner circle" leaked documents implicating Milwaukee’s Ryan Braun and Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli in the Biogenesis performance-enhancing drugs investigation.
The people involved reportedly gave the documents to Yahoo! Sports shortly after the Biogenesis scandal broke in late January. Braun and Cervelli...Read more »
In the wake of Ryan Braun’s suspension, Alex Rodriguez is planning to appeal any possible suspension and does not intend on trying to work out a deal with Major League Baseball, according to USA Today.
MLB plans to suspend Rodriguez for at least 100 games “for his role with Biogenesis, alleged lies about past performance-enhancing drug use and possible interference in the investigation,”...Read more »
A study from Marist College will reveal where the nation stands on baseball's performance-enhancing drug perdicament.
In light of the MLB's decision to suspend Ryan Braun, the Marist Poll and the Marist College Center of Sports Communication conducted a national survey and asked sports fans two questions about how they feel about PED usage in baseball.
The first question asks whether...Read more »
Anthony Bosch, the owner of the now-shuttered Miami clinic Biogenesis alleged to have supplied numerous MLB stars with performance enhancing drugs, was turned into MLB’s primary witness against Alex Rodriguez and other sluggers after Rodriguez refused to give Bosch financial assistance, according to a Daily News report citing sources.
“They were afraid someone else would pay him,” the source...Read more »
Alex Rodriguez could face a 100-game suspension now that Major League Baseball is expecting Tony Bosch, the embattled founder of Biogenesis, to testify in its case against players linked to the alleged PED-dispensing clinic, according to ESPN.
The stunning development comes only days after Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner and general manager Brian Cashman were critical on two separate occasions...Read more »