The Yankees star allegedly paid his cousin nearly $1 million to keep his secret, according to documents filed in federal court.
He helped reveal baseball’s culture of chemical enhancement in the summer of 1998. Fifteen years later, the fallout from Wilstein’s discovery continues — because not much has changed.
The league is planning to ban Alex Rodriguez from baseball for life unless the Yankees star agrees not to fight a major suspension for his role in a performance-enhancing drug scandal.
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The Brewers slugger admits to making “mistakes” with regards to performance-enhancing drugs.
The document, obtained from insider sources, reveals an intense discussion of Armstrong’s future plans.
The cyclist is expected to confess to doping in a Thursday interview with Oprah. As this video shows, it would be a serious change of course.