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Well either the Tigers know that something is coming, or they've decided that having better defensive players is a good thing. Or both.
simulcast on TBS on a split screen with re-runs of Starcade.
C'mon people ... whether you like the JDA, Selig, MLBPA or not, you have to admit that, if it exists, evidence of regular purchases from 2009-12 should not be considered only one incidence of the possession/use of PEDs.
The lifetime suspension spelled out in the JDA is a lifetime suspension from playing.
If that's not the case then the MLBPA is acting in a very strange manner.
"I hope he does it,'' former Commissioner Fay Vincent, who doesn't know anymore than you or me what evidence MLB has against Rodriguez, told USA TODAY Sports. "It's right for baseball. The harder he comes down, the better it is for baseball.''
Besides Rodriguez, All-Stars Nelson Cruz of the Texas Rangers and Jhonny Peralta of the Detroit Tigers are facing possible suspensions, along with shortstop Everth Cabrera of the San Diego Padres.
Lifetime ban for Alex Rodriguez. Wow.
So, if A-Rod is really banned for life, does that mean that he's not eligible for the Hall of Fame (granted, the current BBWAA wasn't going to be voting him in)?
Well, we don't know what the argument was with Braun. We know he accepted a 65-game suspension. He has never had a violation so obviously it is possible to suspend somebody for more than 50 games for their first offense.
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