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Latest Bud Selig Items
There's always a rationalization to take the pharmaceutical shortcut in the ultra-competitive world of professional sports. But the sports world mirrors our quick-fix society.
Alex Rodriguez might not make it back to the Yankees this year. Or ever.
Selig once called baseball's first commissioner, Kenesaw Mountain Landis, a dictator, but is poised to issue baseball's most wide-ranging discipline since his heavy-handed predecessor in connection with the Biogenesis scandal.
Major League Baseball is threatening to kick Alex Rodriguez out of the game for life unless the New York Yankees star agrees not to fight a lengthy suspension for his role in the sport's latest drug scandal, according to a person familiar with the discussions.
Alex Rodriguez may have to start serving a suspension as soon as it is announced rather than wait for a grievance to play out.
Major League Baseball may try to suspend Alex Rodriguez under its collective bargaining agreement instead of its drug rules, which would eliminate any chance of delaying a penalty until after the case goes to an arbitrator, The Associated Press has learned.
Braun got a 65-game vacation. The Brewers are buried in another futile season. He misses a couple of months and around $3 million in salary. Big deal. Seven years and $127 million remain on his contract. That gold mine isn't touched. This is a speedbump, not a deterrent.
Ryan Braun stood on a spring training field and proclaimed he was innocent of using banned testosterone.
The 2011 National League MVP was suspended without pay for the rest of the season and the postseason Monday, the start of sanctions involving players reportedly tied to a Florida clinic accused of distributing performance-enhancing drugs.