Major League Baseball reeled in a pretty good sized catch Monday with the suspension of Ryan Braun for performance enhancing drug use. It also put the bigger fish, Alex Rodriguez on the hook as baseball considers what to do about his PED use.
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The punishment has come down for Milwaukee Brewers and former University of Miami star Ryan Braun for his alleged involvement in a performance enhancing drug scandel centered around Coral Gables-based Biogenesis Lab.
After dealing with poor starting pitching, key injuries and plenty of rumors regarding a possible Ryan Braun drug suspension, the Milwaukee Brewers are hoping their second half goes better than the first.
The baseball players’ association says any suspensions resulting from the sport’s latest drug investigation likely won’t be served until next year if the discipline is challenged before an arbitrator.
Major League Baseball is preparing to suspend multiple players including Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun for their alleged usage of performance enhancing drugs from the Coral Gables-based Biogenesis anti-aging clinic, according to ESPN’s “Outside the Lines.”
Major League Baseball players implicated in the Biogenesis scandal have largely remained quiet about the charges, but minor league players have been discussing their interactions with Anthony Bosch of Miami with MLB investigators, according to Yahoo! Sports.
The Milwaukee Brewers are riding a rare three-game winning streak, but it appears to be in serious jeopardy considering Ryan Braun’s thumb injury and Yovani Gallardo’s struggles.
Alex Rodriguez says he plans to keep tabs on developments in Major League Baseball’s latest drug investigation — the one where his name keeps popping up along with several other stars.
Major League Baseball hasn’t even started to question Anthony Bosch or the players involved with the former clinic owner, but with his credibility already in question a report from the New York Daily News won’t help MLB in the court of public opinion.