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Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss the news of the day - David Ortiz will announce he will retire after the 2016 season. We discuss the announcement and his career and legacy.
We discuss Ortiz's 500th, his chances at the Hall of Fame, and why he's one of the most polarizing figures in recent Boston sports memory.
statements made on ESPN Radio's "Colin Cowherd Show" Wednesday, referencing the encouragement by a Red Sox employee to use HGH . Where he steered the league investigators wrong, the former pitcher explained, came a few days after the comment was allegedly
from that, the impact in helping athletes perform at a significantly higher level is questionable at best. Adderall, unlike HGH or steroids, is not a training drug that alters physical appearance. Still, those NFL players diagnosed with ADD or ADHD can use
legitimate debate, but to pretend it doesn't exist is to look at the Hall of Fame resume of, say, Andy Pettitte and just toss the HGH issue aside. But Spygate is about as relevant a storyline to Super Bowl XLVI as the Snowplow Game, Tony Eason, Rod Rust
Anderson hitting 50 home runs in a season with a "Where the hell did THAT come from?" performance from Burt Reynolds (minus the HGH -- I think), Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, William H. Macy, John C. Reilly all at the top of their considerable
everything out? I know it’s hard to believe, but there were some players in the 1990s and 2000s that never touched any HGH or dipped into the world of fertility drugs. So do we leave everything in and hope that 50 years from now, in a world where
which rubbed some the wrong way, as he was an annual choice among many of his peers as one of the dirtiest players in the game) and bust for HGH in 2007 will work against him, but he at least deserves the chance to be a part of the debate.
round. Rodney Harrison — Prior to the 2007 season, Harrison was suspended the first four games for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy. He admitted he obtained human growth hormone , but said that he had never taken steroids.
ultimate honor. Wrote Knoblauch: Congrats to 46. Yankees retiring his number. Hopefully they don’t retire it like his HGH testimony. Knoblauch was named on the 2007 report by George Mitchell along with Pettitte as having used PEDs, and both players admitted
Biogensis and the company’s former owner, Anthony Bosch. Sucart, charged with conspiracy to distribute testosterone and HGH , has pleaded not guilty. Sucart’s former attorney wrote to Rodriguez in 2012 demanding $5 million and a “life estate” for Sucart
for a positive marijuana test and a two-game suspension upon conviction or plea agreement for driving under the influence. HGH testing, according to the release, should begin by the end of the month and will be fully implemented this season. NFL.com