Goose Gossage, an old white man who used to play baseball, got really mad this past week. We’re here to talk about it.
How should we treat the record-breaking performances of a cheater like A-Rod?
With the 2015 MLB season about to get underway, we examine the last-minute news around the league.
How effective are the UFC’s drug testing policies?
Do suspected steroid users belong in the Baseball Hall of Fame?
Covering the ugly PED business, but also real baseball like division races and hot prospects.
The retired champion is not happy with the UFC’s stance on drug testing.
The 2014 ballot has become a test to determine whether or not the baseball writers will continue to shut out certain players for their perceived efforts to gain an unfair advantage on the field.
It was everything we’ve come to expect from an athlete who has been caught cheating his sport: prepared, stiff, and not in public.
Maybe one day athletes will get it, but unfortunately for me, my childhood hero didn’t.
MLB’s quest to rid the game of performance enhancing drugs culminated with Rodriguez’s suspension for 211 games
There was a time when Alex Rodriguez was the golden boy. But that A-Rod is gone, and has been for a while.
Despite MLB’s tough talk, banned substances have proven impossible to eradicate
Selig should be grateful that the writers delivered this squeaky clean, nostalgic Hall of Fame Weekend
This is the beginning of the biggest PED fallout since the Mitchell Report in 2007, and it puts into question everything we know about Braun
Baseball isn’t quite as fun as it used to be when the players and the hits were bigger