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Monday 02, Jul 2012

  Toronto Blue Jays slugger a victim of excessive drug testing

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Jose Bautista is being talked these days as a likely candidate to have used a little extra pick-me-up.

The Toronto Blue Jays slugger recently said the tests under the name of random drug testing policy that is conducted by the Major League Baseball are not really random.

Bautista while speaking at a recent banquet event in the Dominican Republic told the attendees that there is absolutely no reason for anyone to be doubtful of his Hulk-like outbreak as he has been “randomly” tested sixteen times in the last two years for performance enhancing drugs.

The 2-time MLB Home Run Champion and newest member of the 50 HR Club set a Toronto Blue Jays single-season franchise record in the 2010 season when he hit a major league leading 54 home runs and became the first player to earn two consecutive home run titles after Mark McGwire of the National League.

Friday 11, May 2012

  Steroid users may find place in Baseball Hall of Fame

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If recent reports are to be believed, the Baseball Hall of Fame will very soon feature some of the greatest home run hitters in the history of the game who were using or accused of using steroids.

The admission of these players seemed inevitable from the start as ignoring the most dominant pitchers like Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens would have left the Hall of Fame almost empty and meaningless.

Bonds and Clemens were two players who brought baseball back into the national forefront in 1990s that was far more impressive than their career home run totals.

Tuesday 07, Feb 2012

  Bonds sentenced to probation

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The former baseball slugger, Barry Bonds, has been sentenced by U.S. District Judge Susan Illston to two years probation, with no prison time.

Bonds received the sentence in a San Francisco federal court for his conviction on a single criminal count related to an investigation over steroids use in sports.

Other baseball stars tainted by the doping scandal include sluggers like Jason Giambi and Mark McGwire and pitcher Roger Clemens.

Tuesday 11, Oct 2011

  Jason Stevenson will get a first crack at Canseco

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Jason Stevenson of Redding will get a first crack at ex-major leaguer Jose Canseco and the Yuma Scorpions when the Chico Outlaws independent league baseball team begins a 14-game, three-venue series with the Scorpions at 7 p.m. at Tiger field in Redding.

The first five games are at Tiger field, the second quintet is set for Shasta College, while the last four contests between the two teams begin at 7:05 p.m. Aug. 8 at Nettleton Stadium in Chico.

Canseco specifically identified Mark McGwire, Rafael Palmeiro, Jason Giambi, Ivan Rodriguez, Juan Gonzalez, Jorge Delgado, Damaso Moreno, and Manuel Collado as steroid users.

Monday 03, Oct 2011

  Steroids hot issue in sports

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Federal prosecutors still care deeply about steroids, and lying about their use to Congress as the aborted Roger Clemens trial shows.

The shredded reputation of Clemens remains in limbo after last week’s mistrial in the perjury case against one of baseball’s all-time greats.

“I think there’s certainly some performance-enhancing drug fatigue,” said Charles Yesalis, a professor at Penn State and longtime outspoken critic of PED abuse.

Thursday 29, Sep 2011

  Former MVP admits regret

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Jose Canseco, the former baseball slugger, has expressed regret over his involvement in the sport’s ongoing steroids controversy in a one-hour documentary titled, “Jose Canseco: The Last Shot.”

Canseco regretted “mentioning players (as steroids users)” in his book “Juiced” that was published in 2005 and ultimately led to a congressional hearing on doping in the sport.

“I never realized this was going to blow up and hurt so many people,” Canseco said in the interview.

Monday 19, Sep 2011

  Clemens mistrial brings perfect ending to steroid era

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The mistrial in the Roger Clemens perjury trial has delivered the perfect ending to the steroid era.

The trial suggested that no one was definitively guilty and no one is undeniably innocent.

The final unsatisfying chapter of the steroid era is all closed now.

Saturday 07, May 2011

  FBI informant tells McGwire used steroids to bulk up

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FBI informant tells McGwire used steroids to bulk upThe efforts of Mark McGwire for reducing the extent of his decade-long doping program seem to be as inauthentic as his home run records.

The records of McGwire are under scrutiny ever since a California steroid dealer handed Mark McGwire a sophisticated array of super-potent anabolic steroid almost twenty years ago.

Insisting on anonymity, the informant of FBI revealed McGwire’s regimen was one-half cc of testosterone cypionate every three days; one cc of testosterone enanthate per week; the veterinary steroids Equipoise and Winstrol V, one quarter cc every three days, injected into the buttocks, one in one cheek, one in the other.

Tuesday 29, Mar 2011

  Hall of Fame ballot has many suspected steroid users

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Hall of Fame ballot has many suspected steroid usersRafael Palmeiro and Juan Gonzalez, suspected steroid users, are on baseball’s Hall of Fame ballot for the first time. They join Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar, both having fallen just short in last year’s vote.

The Baseball Writers’ Association of America said former Most Valuable Players Jeff Bagwell and Larry Walker, and former Rookies of the Year Benito Santiago and Raul Mondesi also will be on the 33-man ballot.

The complete ballot: Roberto Alomar, Carlos Baerga, Jeff Bagwell, Harold Baines, Bert Blyleven, Bret Boone, Kevin Brown, John Franco, Juan Gonzalez, Marquis Grissom, Lenny Harris, Bobby Higginson, Charles Johnson, Barry Larkin, Al Leiter, Edgar Martinez, Tino Martinez, Don Mattingly, Fred McGriff, Mark McGwire, Raul Mondesi, Jack Morris, Dale Murphy, John Olerud, Rafael Palmeiro, Dave Parker, Tim Raines, Kirk Rueter, Benito Santiago, Lee Smith, B.J. Surhoff, Alan Trammell, and Larry Walker.

Friday 25, Mar 2011

  Positive steroid test haunts Rafael Palmeiro

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Positive steroid test haunts Rafael PalmeiroRafael Palmeiro maintains he did nothing wrong five years after he tested positive for an anabolic steroid.

The former Ranger talked about the positive test during a rare interview recently while he watched his son play for the McKinney Marshals in a Texas Collegiate League game.

Palmeiro continues to maintain that he took a tainted shot of vitamin B12.

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