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  • MLB doping timeline

    MLB doping timeline
    (Reuters) - A timeline of key Major League Baseball doping milestones: 1998 Aug 22 - A jar of androstenedione is discovered in the locker of St. Louis slugger Mark McGwire, who admits he uses the steroids precursor. McGwire goes on to hit a then Major...
  • Tigers crank out hits against Arrieta to beat Orioles 5-1 in series opener

    Tigers crank out hits against Arrieta to beat Orioles 5-1 in series opener
    DETROIT — Inside a silent visiting clubhouse at Comerica Park, Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta sat and stared blankly at his locker until he was summoned into manager Buck Showalter's office. Following the Orioles' 5-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers...
  • Tuesday morning Orioles thoughts and observations on Jake Arrieta and Pedro Strop

    Tuesday morning Orioles thoughts and observations on Jake Arrieta and Pedro Strop
    DETROIT – Orioles manager Buck Showater is never one to overanalyze his players, so it was interesting to hear him say that right-hander Jake Arrieta was “lucky” that the Orioles’ 5-1 loss to Detroit was being played in Comerica...
  • Four Orioles still leading in All-Star Game balloting, but Nick Markakis' lead shrinking

    Four Orioles players are still in line to start for the American League in this year’s All-Star Game at Citi Field in New York, but one race is getting extremely close, according to the latest AL all-star fan balloting results released Saturday...
  • MLB is set to suspend Alex Rodriguez through 2014

    MLB is set to suspend Alex Rodriguez through 2014
    Major League Baseball is likely to announce Monday a suspension of New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez through the end of the 2014 season for using banned performance-enhancing drugs. The discipline, however, might not keep baseball's active home...
  • Orioles clear of any suspensions related to Biogenesis

    Orioles clear of any suspensions related to Biogenesis
    SAN DIEGO — Over the past week, as pending suspensions tied to the Biogenesis investigation loomed over the game, the Orioles players and management tried to conduct business as normal. And when 50-games suspensions were handed out to 12 players...
  • Bill Plaschke: Baseball cheaters are still unbeaten

    Bill Plaschke: Baseball cheaters are still unbeaten
    It's nice of baseball to finally nail drug scammer Alex Rodriguez, as officials announced Monday afternoon that they had suspended the highest-paid player in baseball history through the 2014 season. It would have been nicer if, shortly after the...
  • Orioles back in San Diego for first time since 2010

    Orioles back in San Diego for first time since 2010
    The Orioles open a two-game series against the San Diego Padres tonight at Petco Park -- the first stop on a three-city, eight-game interleague road trip through the National League West. They arrived here in San Diego early Monday evening after their...
  • Steinberg: MLB can be stricter

    Major League Baseball recently issued its long-awaited suspensions for 13 players for violation of the drug program's protocols. Yankee third baseman Alex Rodriguez was suspended for 211 games by Commissioner Bud Selig by his power under the Basic...
  • Baseball's steroids hysteria: In defense of A-Rod

    Baseball's steroids hysteria: In defense of A-Rod
    People who follow the endless saga of doping in sports know there's one hard-and-fast rule: Any time a big name gets whacked, the quality of public debate on the issue plummets. That's certainly true of the case of Yankees third-baseman Alex Rodriguez,...
  • John Lackey, Red Sox win pitching duel in 1-0 victory over Tigers

    John Lackey, Red Sox win pitching duel in 1-0 victory over Tigers
    DETROIT — It took only one bad pitch from Justin Verlander to decide Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Tuesday at Comerica Park. But one was enough for Boston Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli. With Verlander continuing the...