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Scandal Shows Drugs Embedded in MLB

Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

The fallout from the new BALCO – the Miami-area Biogenesis clinic – continues to extend and envelope more major league players.

In this case, it's news from Yahoo! Sports that Milwaukee Brewers star Ryan Braun's name is in Biogenesis records. MLB is now investigating links between the former MVP, who previously tested positive for synthetic testosterone in 2011, and the clinic.

This follows a report last week from the Miami New Times linking Read Full Article »

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