An investigation into a gambling ring in New York that already has cost one major league scout his job is expanding to include at least seven or eight others, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.
If it becomes an issue, the government's evidence of a positive steroids test for Barry Bonds might not hold up in court, writes ESPN.com investigative reporter Mike Fish.
The personal trainer whose testimony prosecutors believe could put Barry Bonds behind bars isn't talking to anybody. ESPN.com investigative reporter Mike Fish explores why -- and asks: What's in it for Greg Anderson?
Barry Bonds' attorney downplayed the significance of a court ruling Wednesday allowing federal investigators access to confidential MLB drug-testing data from 2003.
Trevor Graham boldly predicted he'd win if the U.S. government tried to make a case against him. Now, it appears Graham will get his day in court.
Jason Grimsley has reached an agreement with the Arizona Diamondbacks to donate his full 2005 salary to a number of charities.