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This isn’t the first time Tejada has been involved in a personally embarrassing scandal. He was mentioned in the Mitchell Report for having received steroids at least once, he’s pleaded guilty to perjury in front of Congress when discussing PEDs and in 2008 had to admit that he’d been lying about this age for years.
Is juicing addictive to the body, or is it the players' conviction that they'll lose it without juice?
"I've been using it [Adderall] for the past five years and had medical permission from MLB. But my last permit expired on April 15 and they didn't gave me another. I knew that I was in risk of breaking the rules, but at the same time, I could not stop using the medicine because I suffer from ADD [Attention Deficit Disorder]. It's not a vice, it is a disease."
There was like a really brief real-life BTF thread on this while we were all at the bar after the softball game. Odd.
When mythical creatures like ARod try to destroy the game for their own personal pleasure by juicing themselves to the gills
Tejada had a Theraputic Use Exemption for Adderall, but it expired on April 15 and either he didn't renew it, or the league didn't allow him to renew it.
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