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Suspended for being a whiny brat, probably headed to Miami because he wants all the glory with none of the hard work. Speaking of hard work, who the hell photoshopped this image of Bynum’s head on LeBron’s body? Pick it up, internet! Rumors, intel, and tweets inside.
Suspensions are being handed down by Major League Baseball to the players implicated in the Biogenesis scandal. The list, after the jump.
Report: Robinson Cano, Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson, And Ryan Braun Might Face 50-Game PED-Related Suspensions This Season
Consider this the bombshell before the bombshell, should this prophecy eventually come true. Joe Bisceglie from Dog And Pony Show tweeted Monday afternoon that four of baseball’s biggest bats, including three New York Yankees and two formerly implicated players, will each be slapped with 50-game first-offense PED suspensions. They are, of course, Robinson Cano, Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson, and Ryan Braun.
The Carolina Panthers defeated the Oakland Raiders 17-6 yesterday, but Cam Newton and his 18-29 for 170 yards 2 TDs (1 rush) and 1 INT were decidedly mediocre. Still his team won, in a season in which his team hasn’t won all that much, so there was some good to come by. But Cam Newton, known child, couldn’t quite control himself amidst all that winning.
A Rays Minor League Outfielder Has Been Suspended 50 Games For Refusing To Take A Drug Test That Could Have Led To A 50-Game Suspension
Outfielder Cody Rogers was a 7th round draft choice of the Tampa Bay Rays in 2009, and has yet to break through to the majors. The 24-year-old batted .244 this past season for the Charlotte Stone Crabs, a Rays Single A affiliate, with 4 HRs, 38 RBIs and 39 runs scored. He is also a man who refuses to take required drug tests and has been suspended 50 games.
Today In Hypocrisy: Ndamukong Suh’s NFL-Approved Nuts Kick On Matt Schaub Will Cost Him $30,000 Anyway
We found out yesterday that Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh would not be suspended for kicking Matt Schaub in the groin, which by the way is a wildly inaccurate synonym for someone’s nuts. Given Suh’s history stomping people and such, no one would have been surprised had he been suspended.
Two freshman on the No. 1 ranked Indiana basketball team – 6-8 forward Hanner Mosquera-Perea and 7-0 center Peter Jurkin – have been suspended for nine games each by the NCAA for receiving impermissible benefits. The weird reason why, after the jump.