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Latest Jhonny Peralta Items
The St. Louis Cardinals' 5-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday may prove more costly than one defeat in the NL Central standings.
Milwaukee manager Ron Roenicke realizes one victory doesn't necessarily end the St. Louis Cardinals' recent dominance over the Brewers.
Nelson Cruz, Ryan Braun and Jhonny Peralta each served hefty suspensions in 2013 for violations of baseball's drug agreement following the sport's investigation of Biogenesis of America, a now-defunct rejuvenation clinic. At home games, it seems all is forgiven. On the road, opposing fans won't let them forget.
Nelson Cruz was branded a cheater and punished accordingly. As he waited to be introduced on his first opening day in Baltimore, the former All-Star wondered how Orioles fans would react in the aftermath of the 50-game suspension he received last year for using performance-enhancing drugs.
Every time the St. Louis Cardinals faced Francisco Liriano in 2013, the Pittsburgh Pirates left-hander found a way to push the Cardinals around.
David Aardsma tweeted about Jhonny Peralta, drug penalties and rich contracts during the offseason.
Capsules of National League Central teams, listed in order of finish last year:
Jhonny Peralta homered twice against his former team, going deep in his only plate appearances Monday in the St. Louis Cardinals' 8-5 loss to the Detroit Tigers.
Before joining the Cardinals in the offseason, Jhonny Peralta had only heard about Carlos Martinez's live arm.