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I think I brought it up here recently before, but I really, really like that movie!
I like all three of his movies
"Before disco this country really was a dancing wasteland. You know the Woodstock generation of the 1960s, that were so full of themselves and conceited? None of those people could dance."
--Charlotte (Kate Beckinsale), The Last Days of Disco (1998)
And Kate Beckinsale is the acting version of tapioca.
ESPN's T.J. Quinn reports that Major League Baseball is "actively going after" any players connected to the Biogenesis clinic, with Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun "strongly in their sights."
Quin notes that MLB put strong pressure on minor leaguer Cesar Carrillo to cooperate with their investigation, and suspended him 100 games for being on Biogenesis documents and lying about knowing Anthony Bosch. While it's clear that A-Rod and Braun could still face disciplinary action for their involvement, any attempt to suspend them will be contested by the MLBPA. At least nine other major league players have have been linked to the clinic, including Melky Cabrera, Nelson Cruz, and Gio Gonzalez.
The Detroit Tigers say minor league right-hander Cesar Carrillo has been suspended 100 games for violating baseball's minor league drug prevention and treatment program.
The team posted a release on its website Friday, saying the commissioner's office announced the suspension.
Carrillo's suspension is effective at the start of the season. He is currently on the roster of Erie, which is Detroit's Double-A affiliate.
Carrillo's name was included in a Miami New Times report earlier this year, when the alternative weekly newspaper said it had acquired records from a Florida clinic the paper said sold performance-enhancing drugs.
which is against like HOW many federal laws?
the newspaper "acquired" medical records?
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