8 Total Updates since January 29, 2013
3 months ago Article 47 commentsContinue
4 months ago Update 25 comments
Tom Verducci came out with an article today that offered more information on the "staggering array of drugs and supplements used literally morning, noon and night and through multiple delivery systems." Verducci also wrote about MLB's research of the HIPAA-ravishing fiasco:
Investigators also intend to follow (clinician Tony) Bosch's notes to see if they lead to corroborating evidence, such as receipts for plane trips and overnight packages, according to a source close to the investigation. The source said investigators also are tracking packages tied to Juan Nunez, a player confidante who formerly worked for agents Sam and Seth Levinson and who was a co-conspirator with Melky Cabrera of a web site scam staged after a failed drug test by Cabrera last year.
There's more about Melky's dispute with Biogenesis that seems to have led to the clinic's shutdown and records of Bosch's journal, which discuss methods of delivery and payment.
SBN's MLB Daily Dish has more.
4 months ago Article 36 comments
"For A-Rod, the service was always personal."
4 months ago Article 15 comments
Argyle, however, is a distinct possibility, with plaid coming in a distant third.
4 months ago Article 62 comments
A writer's dream comes true and a world dies screaming!
4 months ago Article 87 comments
In the real world, people are innocent until they are proven guilty. In baseball, people are guilty right from the start, especially when steroids allegations are involved.
4 months ago Article 84 comments
Whatever he did or didn't take, whatever lies he told, his light is slowly going out.
4 months ago Article 121 comments
A statement is forthcoming.