1. Athletes Who Were 'Just Joking'

    Sometimes the things we say or the jokes we make are misunderstood or taken out of context. It’s why the expression “just joking” exists. Other times, we use the expression in a manipulative attempt to excuse our mistakes...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 3 months ago 37,495 reads 13 comments

  2. From 53 Home Runs to 25 Games: Orioles' Chris Davis Latest to Open Our Eyes

    Crush Davis, indeed. Chris Davis was crushed with a 25-game suspension for amphetamines, so now what do you think of the fallen Baltimore Orioles slugger's 53 homers last summer? Don't be ridiculous—amphetamines are not steroids...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 3 months ago 109,400 reads 127 comments

  3. One Year After PED Suspension, Brewers' Ryan Braun Still Playing from Behind

    Boos and taunts still fling through the air like arrows whenever the Ryan Braun Traveling Carnival blows through town. "You hear stuff, but fans are fans," Brewers All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy says...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 4 months ago 52,154 reads 87 comments

  4. Biogenesis Founder Anthony Bosch Reportedly Will Surrender to DEA

    Updates from Thursday, August 7 T.J. Quinn of ESPN has the latest development in the Biogenesis bust: Major League Baseball officials have contacted the DEA and U...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 5 months ago 85,149 reads 80 comments

  5. Johnny Damon Hits the Nail on the Head with PED Talk

    After an 18-year career in the majors, Johnny Damon feels he was forced to leave the game of baseball before he was ready to hang up the spikes. The reason for that, according to Damon, is because he never used performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs)...

    Gary  Phillips Written by Gary Phillips about 7 months ago 4,578 reads 17 comments

  6. Despite Lawsuit Dismissal, A-Rod's Irreparable Damage Already Done

    Alex Rodriguez has given up on his pursuit to play Major League Baseball in 2014. For a player who has made a career out of negative public relations, the sport gave up on him a long time ago...

    Joe Giglio Written by Joe Giglio about 11 months ago 26,221 reads 103 comments

  7. Alex Rodriguez May Receive a Barry Bonds-Like MLB Exile

    Alex Rodriguez is likely out of sight and out of mind for the duration of the 2014 season. If recent precedent with baseball villains is used, baseball fans may never see him compete in a Major League Baseball game again...

    Joe Giglio Written by Joe Giglio about 11 months ago 11,857 reads 62 comments

  8. Did A-Rod's Ego Stop Him from Accepting Deal, Saving MLB Career?

    If Alex Rodriguez had come clean about performance-enhancing drug use last spring, he could be gearing up for spring training as the starting third baseman for the New York Yankees ...

    Joe Giglio Written by Joe Giglio about 12 months ago 11,864 reads 99 comments

  9. Has Bud Selig Validated Legacy by Finally Taking Down A-Rod, No. 1 PED Target?

    The chase has ended with Bud Selig getting his man. And in doing so, Major League Baseball's commissioner tied up a mighty big loose end on what was already a mighty impressive legacy...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 12 months ago 13,041 reads 95 comments

  10. How Can MLB Better Penalize Known PED Users in Free Agency?

    As much as Major League Baseball might want to believe or hope otherwise, performance-enhancing drugs remain an ongoing problem for the sport...

    Jason Catania Written by Jason Catania about 12 months ago 11,370 reads 54 comments