Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees just passed Hall of Famer Willie Mays on the all-time home run list with No. 661 and now he’s marching toward another plateau in the rarefied air: 2,000 runs batted in.
Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez apologized Tuesday to the fans for his role in the Biogenesis doping scandal. A-Rod did so in a hand-written statement, admitting his “mistakes.”
The UFC star failed a drug test for steroids in January, which puts his future — and his legacy — in jeopardy.
Yuri Sucart, the cousin who Alex Rodriguez claimed had supplied him with performance-enhancing drugs, was arrested Tuesday as part of Operation Strikeout.
Anthony Bosch, the man at the center of the Biogenesis major league baseball steroid scandal, has turned himself in to the DEA in Florida.
Announcement of suspensions may come in as little as two weeks.
Recently infamous MLB star Jose Canseco took part in a Reddit AMA that raised more than a few eyebrows.
Was Reeva Steenkamp a victim of roid rage?
A-Rod’s body has got more juice than a recess at a kindergarten.
Lance Armstrong is out of work after getting caught with a few needles. Water under the bridge, as far as we’re concerned. Here are 10 jobs he could wind up doing next.
Man, our ambassadors are jacked! Who needs spies when your ambassadors’ biceps could choke out a moose?
That probably explains why the Jets have a terrible run game.
In baseball’s defense, it also finds baseball boring and this was the most exciting plot twist they could think of.
The sergeant charged in the slaughter of 16 Afghan civilians was allegedly on steroids.
In the so called “post-steroids” era of baseball, where PED’s are generally frowned upon by the commish, one of the Giant’s best players will not be in play come Tuesday evening. That man is of course Melky Cabrera, and that reason, is complete garbage.