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Chris Davis, Who Got All Mad Last Year When People Thought He Was On PEDs, Gets Suspended For Amphetamine Use
Oh, look, another baseball player who’s full of shit.
Flipping your bat after a monster home run in a minor-league game is only one way you can teach these young players how to play the game right. We give you the entire course description on “The Manny Being Manny Baseball Tutorial.”
Will the NFL and the players association strike a deal to drop weed testing and start testing for HGH? Eh, maybe. Is this the most badass thing Roger Goodell has done since college? Probably. Is Josh Gordon currently searching every inch of his apartment for his car keys? Of course he is. Details inside…
Some players being cool with a weird substance on the pitcher’s hand doesn’t mean we should change the league’s drug policy. But it’s strange that this form of cheating gets a pass, while other forms mean season-long bans and scorn.
Pictured above: Yankees infielder Eduardo Nunez with a seemingly innocuous gummy candy. OR IS IT? That’s the question we’ll have to ask ourselves now on, forever.
Back in November, we spliced up some footage of Alex Rodriguez’s trip to the WFAN studios, where sleep-deprived sycophant Mike Francesa pressed his lips ever so gently to the butt of the embattled slugger, giving him a complete pass. Watch as he sleeps through the entire interview.
Keith Olbermann Reminds Us: The First Guy To Use PEDs (Injections Of Mashed Up Monkey Glands) Is Now In The Hall Of Fame
From curved hockey sticks to dunking, much of what we now love about sports was once cheating. Keith Olbermann explains the hypocrisy of almost every sports-related outrage we have today, after the jump.
Nobody talks about steroids in basketball. Tracy McGrady explains: PEDs exist where ever there are injuries and aging stars trying to overcome them.