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Gio Gonzalez decided to celebrate his newfound money by buying millions of dollars worth of cars, boats, and houses.
In this exclusive interview with Scott Engel of RotoExperts.com, Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez reveals some unique sides of himself. He talks about learning to pitch as a child, why he may prefer working in night games, and how he wanted to be a comic book artist when he was growing up.
The Washington Nationals have lost four of their past five, so why is the team in such good spirits? Pitcher Dan Haren found this old photo of their pitching coach, Steve McCatty, posing for Playgirl Magazine in 1984, and had it made into t-shirts for all of his teammates. Reliever Tyler Clippard, on seeing the shirt: “This is the best day of my life.”
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 the Miami New Times, Alex Rodriguez may have taken PEDs as recently as last year. Other implicated players include Nelson Cruz and Gio Gonzalez, against whom the evidence is less damning. Check out the details, after the jump.