Leave it to A-Rod to make headlines during the baseball season when he isn't even playing!!
Alex Rodriguez has been enjoying an extra long vacation this summer after Major League Baseball banned him for the entire 2014 season due to his alleged links to steroids and HGH use!
The Bronx Bomber eventually accepted his punishment, but according to Tim Elfrink and Gus Garcia-Roberts' new book Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis and the Quest to End Baseball’s Steroid Era, A-Rod may have not been at fault! In fact, they claim the league actually gave him the green light to use these banned substances! They write:
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Here's the thing about cheating and doping and using PEDs (performance enhancing drugs): it's not fair. Not EVERYONE is using them, so they shouldn't ever be allowed! So basically, the NFL should make every one of their players use PEDs, or get their shizz together and put a stop to the bunch that are ruining the sport for those who want to play fair and square!!
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson just confirmed that he is certain NFL players have used and are using HGH! Luckily, he's not one of them… because he then said he was looking forward to when the NFL establishes a testing program to start "evening out the playing field."
Here's what he said:
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Despite the mistrial declared by a judge in July, Roger Clemens is going back to court to defend himself against perjury allegations for lying in a 2008 hearing that he never used steroids or other enhancement drugs.
Federal Judge Reggie Walton rejected ex-baseball pitcher's request to toss the perjury charges against him and says he must face another trial on April 17.
Obviously, Clemens' legal camp isn't happy and has said, “This case should end. He’s been put through enough.”
The proceedings were immediately stopped this past July after prosecutors "inadvertently" allowed jurors to see comments by U.S. Rep. Elijah E. Cummings during the 2008 hearing of which the charges stem from.
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