Alex Rodriguez is insufferable. But when it comes to steroids in baseball, should he also have to suffer alone?
Now the waiting begins for Alex Rodriguez and Major League Baseball.
Speaking on a Toronto radio station, Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews said it’s “naive” to think that PEDs aren’t being used among some NHL players.
Members of Alex Rodriguez’s inner circle obtained and leaked documents that implicated Ryan Braun and other players in using performance-enhancing drugs, “60 Minutes” reported Friday.
The PED crucible, which we hoped would be microscopic by now, just won’t go away. It’s turned into a twisted game show of “Name That Cheat.”
Within 24 hours the same room held the game’s worst representative and its best.
If last night was any indication, Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is in for a rough go.
Alex Rodriguez says he’s fighting for his life.
The White Sox have lost 10 in a row, three games due to walk-offs, and all Adam Dunn wants to do is stretch and work on turning this bad stretch around; Alex Rodriguez got in the way.
Texas Rangers slugger Nelson Cruz says he is accepting his 50-game suspension from Major League Baseball and admits that he made an “error in judgment.”
Following the multitude of player suspensions Monday that saw Alex Rodriguez suspended for 211 games, Major League Baseball’s commissioner Bud Selig released the following statement.
Major League Baseball suspended 12 players Monday for their involvement with Biogenesis – an anti-aging clinic that has been linked to performance-enhancing drugs.
There’s no doubt in my mind he’s cheated again.
Alex Rodriguez might not make it back to the Yankees this year. Or ever.
Are you ready for some good ol’ public flogging and moral superiority that results essentially in nothing but another baseball dry hump?
The long-looming suspensions from Major League Baseball are coming.
Embracing the challenge has always been a part of Adrian Peterson’s persona. Bring it on, the star running back has often said with a smile.
There hasn’t been a forfeit in Major League Baseball since 1995.
You know the drill. On to the shaming.
After his successful appeal of a 50-game suspension for using PEDs in 2012, Ryan Braun held a press conference where he emphatically declared his innocence.