Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez denied again Tuesday that he had any connection with the South Florida anti-aging clinic that is under investigation for allegedly supplying PEDs to a number of Major League Baseball players.
The suspensions alone aren't enough. In-season blood tests aren't enough. Even public humiliation isn't enough. And it won't be enough until the suspensions for using performance-enhancing drugs grow longer and the penalties grow stiffer.
Major League Baseball circulated a directive Tuesday banning Giants outfielder Melky Cabrera's associate, Juan Nunez, from "clubhouses or all non-public areas" of all 30 major league parks, sources told ESPN.com.
The verdict in the Barry Bonds trial might not make society feel better about how our tax dollars were spent, but it does explain just how easy it was for players -- big names and not-so-big names -- to get PEDs.