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Buried within a story on ESPN.com yesterday about the arrest of Tony Bosch and six other figures tied to the Biogenesis scandal was a little nugget that suggests there may be more misery ahead for baseball fans.
The Biogenesis suspensions did more than scar Major League Baseball. They may have ruined some fantasy teams. Scott Engel and Adam Ronis talk about the effects.
Suspensions are being handed down by Major League Baseball to the players implicated in the Biogenesis scandal. The list, after the jump.
This Taiwanese Animation On The Ryan Braun Suspension Features Lance Armstrong And A Walking Urine Sample
Next Media Animation is at it again. The Taiwanese company, known for making ridiculous animations of popular news stories, has applied their talents to the Ryan Braun suspension and the Biogenesis scandal. Their latest animation features insanely large needles, Lance Armstrong, a urine sample with arms and legs, and more.
A Thorough Analysis Of Ryan Braun Lying To The World Last Year While Talking About His Integrity, Honor, And Dignity
“With what’s at stake, this is my livelihood, my integrity, my character, everything that I’ve ever worked for in my life being called into question. We need to make sure that we get it right,” said Ryan Braun a year ago. And get it right we did.
No, this isn’t definitive proof. But when there is smoke, there are often needles. Or something like that. Details, after the jump.
According to reports, five more players have been found on documents obtained by ESPN’s Outside the Lines from the now notorious Miami clinic Biogenesis. Also noteworthy is that Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez did not receive banned substances from the clinic, according to two sources familiar with Tony Bosch’s operation.
According to a report by Yahoo! Sports’ Jeff Passan and Tim Brown, Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun’s name has been found on several documents obtained from the same Biogenesis clinic that recently implicated Alex Rodriguez — among others — in using PEDs from 2009-2012.