Should we just accept that this is part of the new normal in sports and legitimize performance enhancing drugs?
The PED crucible, which we hoped would be microscopic by now, just won’t go away. It’s turned into a twisted game show of “Name That Cheat.”
The eyes of America are indeed on the Bronx these days where a certain slugger will make his home debut tonight at Yankee Stadium.
Some athletes turn to performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) to gain a competitive edge. But the drugs can do more than get a player banned from sports.
Many Tigers fans will wake up on Wednesday morning to the surprise that the Tigers have acquired shortstop Jose Iglesias from the Boston Red Sox.
Reports state Detroit Tigers minor-league pitcher Cesar Carrillo has been suspended 100 games by MLB for violating a drug program.
Michigan health officials say an 80-year-old Traverse City-area man is 17th person from the state to die as a result of contaminated steroids supplied by a Massachusetts pharmaceutical company.
With Lance Armstrong’s confession to Oprah and the continued revelations related to Alex Rodriguez, among others who have been implicated in the growing Anthony Bosch scandal, steroids are back on the docket of discussion.
Authorities say the number of meningitis and other infections linked to contaminated steroids has risen to 239 in Michigan. That includes 14 deaths.
The family decided to donate Burema’s body for research. “What our family is hoping is that they can find a cure to maybe help out all the other patients so that not everybody has to die,” the woman’s granddaughter said.