Put Your Lie Face On
One of the three people responsible for deciding to charge seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong with blood doping violations happens to be Minneapolis attorney Clark Griffith.Griffith, 70, is the son of former Twins owner Calvin Griffith. This winter, Griffith resigned from his law schoo ... More >>
The Williams Wall can legally sue the NFL in Hennepin County for suspending the duo for four games. The defensive linemen claim the suspension flies in the face of state drug-testing laws.
The San Diego Union-Tribune published an investigation and listed a ... More >>
Baseball, steroids, and MLB's Latin plantations
It was announced today that Minnesota Twins pitcher Juan Rincon has become the fifth player to be suspended under Major League Baseball's new policy on performance-enhancing drugs. Read the Twins press release on the subject here.
Former Vike implicated in steroids probe, CBS claims The Strib reports that Redwood-neck and former Viking Todd Steussie is among the NFL players named in a 60 Minutes Wednesday report about steroids in the NFL that will air tonight. Steussie and others allegedly obtained prescriptions for steroids ... More >>
And Prozac and Viagra and Red Bull... What exactly did Congress's recent baseball and steroids hearings (I wrote about them here) accomplish, besides wrecking Mark McGwire's chances at the Hall of Fame? All the hoohah about fairness and the American way (loose correlation, that) and the scourge of p ... More >>
A new national villain of the hour: steroids Before Congress McGwire cries, takes the Fifth; Bud Selig pops out of the ground and sees his shadow; what's Curt Schilling running for? Random impressions from a misspent afternoon watching CSPAN on Thursday: The committee did not think much of baseball ... More >>