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Baltimore Ravens Lead the League in Drug Test Suspensions

It’s the NFL offseason, where score is kept not on an actual scoreboard where the hopes and dreams of fans rise and fall with every fourth quarter red zone snap, but instead here in the time between the draft and the preseason we keep score by one metric and one metric alone: drug test suspensions.

On Monday's broadcast of "First Take" on ESPN2, co-host Stephen …

ESPN’s Stephen A Smith: Alex Rodriguez a ‘Phony to the End’

On Monday’s broadcast of “First Take” on ESPN2, co-host Stephen A. Smith reacted to the belief that New York Yankees designated hitter and third baseman Alex Rodriguez deserves to be in the MLB Hall of Fame, despite using steroids in his

Russia's FSB secret service backed doping cover-ups by anti-doping laboratories in Moscow and Sochi, according to an independent report

Report: Russia Engaged in State Sponsored Doping Cover Up at Sochi Games

A commission appointed by the World Anti-Doping Agency concluded that the Russian Ministry of Sport “directed, controlled and oversaw” state-dictated doping cover-ups. The findings come after an investigation of Russian athletes and officials participating in the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games.

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Roy Halladay and Roger Clemens Trade Barbs Over Performance Enhancing Drugs

Back in the 1990s Roger Clemens and Roy Halladay played on the Toronto Blue Jays together but if they shared any feelings of camaraderie back then that appears gone with Wednesday’s exchange witnessing Halladay attacking Clemens for using performance enhancing drugs (PEDs).

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Cowherd: Steroid Users Should Be Allowed in Hall of Fame

On Thursday’s “The Herd” on Fox Sports 1, host Colin Cowherd reacted to former New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza being elected into the MLB Hall of Fame on Wednesday, despite some allegations he used performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) in

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Braves Pitcher Andrew McKirahan Suspended 80 Games

On Monday, Major League Baseball suspended Andrew McKirahan, left-handed reliever for the Atlanta Braves, for 80 games without pay for testing positive for Ipamorelin, a growth-hormone releasing peptide.