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.”
The eyes of America are indeed on the Bronx these days where a certain slugger will make his home debut tonight at Yankee Stadium.
Within 24 hours the same room held the game’s worst representative and its best.
Are you ready for some good ol’ public flogging and moral superiority that results essentially in nothing but another baseball dry hump?
You know the drill. On to the shaming.
Baseball should have suspended him from now through the end of the 2014 season.
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There are no reported meningitis cases in Illinois, but as CBS 2′s Mai Martinez reports, hundreds of patients at three Chicago-area facilities are being warned.
On Friday, Pierzynski responded to those rumors that he used PEDs.
The decision by U.S. Anti-Doping Agency to come down hard against Lance Armstrong could have a wide-ranging effect on other sports beyond cycling, given that drug testing efforts have been stepped up across the board.
In just the past week, we’ve seen San Francisco’s Melky Cabrera and Oakland’s Bartolo Colon both receive 50-game suspensions after tests revealed elevated testosterone levels, making the Bay area again the epicenter of PED use, same as it ever was.
Former AL Cy Young Award winner Bartolo Colon of the Oakland Athletics has been suspended for 50 games after testing positive for testosterone.
Here is the statement from collector Dino Laurenzi Jr., who took Ryan Braun’s sample.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun has tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug, ESPN and CBS Sports are reporting.
An estimated 300 million people around the world suffer from asthma, and researchers in Chicago are working on ways to improve care.
Roger Clemens argued that a new trial would violate his constitutional right against the double jeopardy of facing the same charge twice.
Baseball star Roger Clemens’ battle against perjury charges likely is far from over and probably will be the subject of a second trial, according to many legal experts.
What happened in the Roger Clemens case yesterday was probably right, but nobody should feel good about it.
The judge declared a mistrial Thursday in baseball star Roger Clemens’ perjury trial after prosecutors showed to jurors evidence that he had ruled would be out of bounds in the case.
Prosecutors said Wednesday that needles and cotton balls Roger Clemens’ former trainer says he used to inject the star pitcher at the height of his career tested positive for Clemens’ DNA and anabolic steroids.