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Ryan Braun now claiming [or his excuse] is his name is on list because he sought out advice for his defense from his previous almost suspension. But records said he owed almost $30,000. Advice is getting awful expensive these days? Anyone else find it ironic how many Yankee names keep popping up on these lists, Mitchell Report was full of Yankees past and present. Now this latest list includes Arod[again] / Cervelli / Melky / Montero. Call me a Yankee hater, but could team be some how behind this. Why not point guys in a direction that might improve their players production [team wins] players perform better leads to better contracts [player wins], would like to hear what anyone else thinks? or am I just a Red Sox fan? I know RS have had there share as well, but Yanks names more abundant than anyone else, why?
I'm sure it's just a coincidence...
Yes, LOL, Cashman was behind that clinic. And based on the Schilling interview, maybe you had the wrong team.
JK; the cheating is/was rampant, period, and was not for the most part a team thing; and it shows how fandom-based ignorant some posters can be.
Yup. I'm sure every team has cheaters.
But, it does seem that the Yankees have more than their share.
Either that, or they're simply not at bright as their counterparts and get caught more often.
Have to admit it was pretty stupid for Cervelli to be shopping for rehab aids after an injury at PEDS R US if that is all he did.
Eventually when these clinics around the country are outed all the names will surface.
Could be years before we know.
Or this recent scandal could be a lesson to the dealers to clean up their act when it comes to retaining records that could come back to haunt.
hard to think these places dont own a shredder.... or at least these athletes getting these things on the hush hush. no documentation, no paper trail, no nothing.... at least, that's how i would do it..