Bud Selig and baseball are walking a fine line with the apparent intent to punish the Biogenesis 20. It could cost the game its labor peace.
In ESPN The Magazine, Howard Bryant writes that Derek Jeter, though a great player statistically, can only truly be appreciated through intangibles: his amazing defensive moves, PED-free play and leadership of a franchise.
Just when baseball thought it was in the clear, its PED problem is rearing its ugly head again. Good luck going clean this time, Howard Bryant writes in ESPN The Magazine.
Does tennis have a PED problem? In ESPN The Magazine, Howard Bryant says that if players were smart, they'd start demanding some answers to the questions haunting their sport.
The Hall of Fame process was hopeless this year thanks to the PED issue, so one voter sent his ballot back blank.
More telling than the NFL's PR hocus-pocus of health and safety ads are the numbers on weight, the injuries and the PED suspensions, which aren't deterring players.
The debate between the NFL and players over hitting and injuries obscures the failure of drug testing to prevent PED use in the league.
David Ortiz has moved on from the PED scandal, but larger questions still remain.
Major League Baseball should institute a plan to punish its "Untouchables" -- even if it means using the Hall of Fame as leverage.