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Biogenesis

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In Robert Farley
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On June 4, 2013
With respect to this… I guess what I don’t understand is why extremely successful players like A-Rod and Ryan Braun would take the risks associated with further connections to an organization like Biogenesis.  Acknowledging all that is wrong with MLB’s approach to steroid usage (uneven enforcement, unclear metrics, invasive procedures, excessive moralism, etc.) it’s nevertheless […]

Chess Fraud

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On January 22, 2011

Cheating’s not just for cyclists: An announcement on Friday on the French Chess Federation’s Web site accuses three of its own players of cheating during last year’s Chess Olympiad in Khanty

‘Roid Outrage

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In General
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On August 23, 2010
Given that this particular manifestation of the War On (Some Classes of People Who Use Some) Drugs has resulted in another federal prosecution, this research by Eric Walker couldn’t be more essential. Joe Posnanski — whose discussion reminds us of why he’s not only the best mainstream sports journalist in America but one of the […]

What Rule?

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On July 27, 2009

While I was wondering how much I could quote from his pay site and be within the boundaries of fair use, I see via Neyer that Bill James’s excellent article on baseball and steroids is now avail

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