This definitely serves them right!
The Major League Baseball association just filed a lawsuit against their employees after they found out that a Biogenesis clinic gave some of their players banned performance-enhancing drugs, and we think this is just wacky!!
So far, at least 90 players appear in the clinic's records, and the MLB not only wants to recoup money from the athletes, but they're also going after the clinic's director, Anthony Bosch.
While the MLB has contacted the players and their agents, no one has officially been investigated… aside from the Detroit Tigers minor league pitcher, Cesar Carrillo as he's already been punished for his discrepancy and received an 100-game suspension.
Unfortunately, all the names haven't been released, but the baseball league plans on naming New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez and Toronto Blue Jays' Melky Cabrera.
This is just the start, and because MLB vice president, Rob Manfred revealed that they "intend to pursue [the suit] vigorously," we think these players are going down!!
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