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According to published reports, Major League Baseball is on the verge of handing down suspensions of at least 20 players in connection with the Biogenesis scandal — a story that will rock the sport and possibly cause mass chaos. Here’s how you need to greet this news in your Fantasy league:
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.
Melky Cabrera was having an MVP-like season before testing positive for steroids and earning a 50-game suspension. It was a big blow to the Giants, as most wrote them off due to the lack of pop in their offense. But San Francisco went on to win the World Series, so it wasn’t that bad. Cabrera, meanwhile, was kept off the playoff roster and left to stew in the embarrassment of PEDs and a fake website.
Well, when it rains [positive tests by MLB players for testosterone], it pours [positive tests by MLB players for testosterone]. Just a week removed from Giants outfielder Melky Cabrera’s 50-game suspension for that very offense, add another to the suspended-for-testosterone list: A’s pitcher Bartolo Colon.
Melky Cabrera got suspended 50 games after testing positive for PEDs last week, the usual punishment for such offenses. But that punishment isn’t enough for some people – people like ESPN MLB analyst Rick Sutcliffe.
San Francisco Giants’ outfielder Melky Cabrera, the MVP of the All-Star Game and inflated stats testosterone user, was recently suspended 50 games, as you may have heard. We thought it would end there. Well, Cabrera wasn’t going down without a fight, albeit an ill-conceived and fantastically juvenile one.
Yesterday, Melky Cabrera received a 50-game suspension for testing positive for Testosterone. Today, Victor Conte, founder of BALCO, an infamous steroid-supplier for athletes, said Melky isn’t the only one still using. What Conte had to say, after the jump.
Melky Cabrera, 2012 All-Star Game Most Valuable Player, who is currently second in both the majors and National League in batting, was issued a 50-game suspension toady for testing positive for testosterone. More after the jump.