He can start serving this while on the DL.
If we’re testing Eric Thames, we better be testing Chase Headley and Avisail Garcia, too. That and more on the ample amount of stupidity around MLB.
A-Rod was a Mariner, Ranger, and Yankee. A-Rod was loved and hated. A-Rod was a superstar. A-Rod was many things, and now it’s time for us to say goodbye.
It’s a simple concept really. Most of us learn it when we’re children. We’re shaped by the act in a way that allows us to move on from irritating situations; we do not carry grudges. Yet in baseball the opposite is usually true.
MLB recently announced improvements to their Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. And boy it’s about time they did, as they’ve been considerably lax on the entire issue.
The retired champion is not happy with the UFC’s stance on drug testing.
Rodriguez broke baseball’s rules, that much is certain. Unfortunately not many care that MLB broke their own rules, too.
Consistent lefty, five-time World Series Champion, or just another PED user that marred the fragile reputation of baseball? Honestly, it’s probably a combination of the three.
I hate to be the one to break it to you all — it’s our fault for putting athletes on a pedestal.
Despite MLB’s tough talk, banned substances have proven impossible to eradicate
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