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You may know the USADA from such hits as busting Lance Armstrong. Now the anti-doping agency has brought another steroid-user to justice: 80-year-old weightlifter Don Ramos.
This Video Of John Gotti Telling His Grandson He Needs To Take Steroids To Play Baseball Is Oddly Prescient
There are two big takeaways from this video of John Gotti, former head of the Gambino crime family talking to his grandson from prison in 1998: 1) God, that guy sure was an asshole and 2) He seemed to know how infested baseball was with steroids before any of us did.
Awkwaaaaaaaaaard: A-Rod Connects For His 648th Career Home Run, Crowd Doesn’t Know What The Hell To Do
Sure, everybody wants to boo A-Rod, but everybody loves home runs. What to do?
“I know people are tired of athletes saying they are innocent, asking for the public to believe in them, only to have their sins exposed later down the road. But I am not one of those athletes, and I will not stand to have my name and my family’s name, dragged through the mud.” Pfff, ok, ya, right, ok…
Twelve of the 13 players busted for their involvement with PEDs on Monday are Latino — with nine of those coming from the Dominican Republic. Let’s discuss.
Should clean players be mad at those who may have beaten them out for MLB roster spots while using PEDs? Dan Meyer, for one, is bitter.
Selig was all like, “Hey A-Rod, you ain’t playin’ tomorrow night against the White Sox dude we’re about to suspend your ass.” And he’s all like, “Oh it’s like that, huh?”