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  1. Step 2: A-pology Tour

    Andrew Marchand

    Alex Rodriguez took one step toward trying to return to baseball on Friday, the problem is he has about 10,000 more to go. MLB and an independent arbitrator both felt A-Rod was guilty of taking performance-enhancing drugs, but A-Rod never wanted ...

    Blog | February 08, 2014
  2. Lackey: A-Rod shouldn't be playing

    ESPNBoston.com

    Boston Red Sox pitcher John Lackey isn't too happy he has to face Alex Rodriguez this weekend in light of the Yankees slugger receiving a 211-game suspension for his role in the Biogenesis performance-enhancing drug scandal. "I've got a problem wi...

    Blog | August 16, 2013
  3. John Lackey of Boston Red Sox says Alex Rodriguez should not be p...

    Red Sox starter John Lackey says Alex Rodriguez should not be able to play through his appeal.

    Story | Conversation | August 16, 2013
  4. Opening arguments in Roger Clemens trial start Monday

    Questioning of potential jurors in the Roger Clemens perjury case has finally ended after four days, and opening arguments are set for Monday afternoon.

    Story | Conversation | April 19, 2012
  5. Spring training 2011: Ronny Paulino of New York Mets finally make...

    New York Mets catcher Ronny Paulino arrived in camp after a three-week delay because of visa problems caused by his 50-game suspension for testing positive for performance enhancing drugs.

    Story | Conversation | March 12, 2011
  6. Cincinnati Reds' Edinson Volquez still needs to obtain work visa

    Edinson Volquez is going back to the Dominican Republic to obtain his work visa, hoping to a straighten out a problem that appears to stem from his performance-enhancing drug ban last year.

    Story | Conversation | March 03, 2011
  7. Prospect charged with cocaine possession

    Rob Neyer

    When people talk about baseball's drug problem, I don't think this is what they mean: Phillies prospect Tyson Gillies, one of the three players acquired in the Cliff Lee trade this past offseason, was arrested for cocaine possession in Clearwater, F...

    Blog | August 20, 2010
  8. MLB Player X: I'm tired of talking about drugs and HGH, but they'...

    Player X

    In light of Rangers manager Ron Washington's positive test for cocaine, MLB Player X discusses how he's tired of talking about drugs but that they are still a problem in the game and have players more paranoid than ever.

    Blog | Conversation | April 06, 2010
  9. Ron Washington's players show support for their beleaguered manag...

    Richard Durrett

    Josh Hamilton and the Rangers stand by manager Ron Washington after he admitted to using cocaine.

    Story | Conversation | March 17, 2010
  10. This week's court ruling on the 2003 drug tests makes the 'good g...

    Howard Bryant

    A court ruled against it and the Barry Bonds case looks flimsy. If even the government can't get it right in the fight against steroids, who will ride in to save the day for baseball?

    Story | Conversation | August 28, 2009
  11. Crazy time, sane discussion

    Bruce Levine

    The writer and the player met on the field after Sunday's game to discuss the Sun-Times' article and headline that attached Cubs shortstop Ryan Theriot's latest power surge to baseball's performance-enhancing drug problem.Sun-Times co...

    Blog | May 17, 2009
  12. Chicago Cubs shortstop Ryan Theriot responds to Chicago Sun-Times...

    Bruce Levine

    Civility reigns as Ryan Theriot and Rick Telander hash out the aftermath of Telander's article

    Blog | Conversation | May 17, 2009
  13. Mariners-Rangers Preview

    Mariners-Rangers Preview

    Preview | May 11, 2009
  14. Brian McNamee drug paraphernalia is a problem for Roger Clemens

    Lester Munson

    Does the report that residue of performance-enhancing substances was found on drug paraphernalia mean more trouble for Roger Clemens? The answer is yes.

    Story | Conversation | March 10, 2009
  15. Poll: Economy, not drugs, bigger MLB problem

    More than 80 percent of people who follow sports believe there is current use of human growth hormone in baseball, but those same fans perceive the economy as a much bigger problem for baseball than performance-enhancing drugs.

    Story | Conversation | March 08, 2009
  16. Bud Selig defends role in steroids scandal again

    Bud Selig again defended his role in the sport's steroids scandal Friday.

    Story | Conversation | March 06, 2009