Tag Archives: PED’s

Passing Judgment: Law & Order – AROD

The ongoing soap opera involving Alex Rodriguez took another interesting turn last week when he filed two lawsuits in New York.  The first lawsuit was filed in New York County against Major League Baseball and Commissioner Bud Selig asserting claims for tortious interference with prospective business relationship and tortious interference with existing contracts.  The second […]

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Passing Judgment: PED’s in MLB

By now you have undoubtedly heard about Ryan Braun’s 65-game suspension which he negotiated with MLB offiicals stemming from his involvement in the Biogenesis scandal.  The ramifications of this development are far-reaching and continue to perpetuate the black eye on baseball for its issues with performance-enhancing drugs. After Ryan Braun won the 2011 National League […]

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Coach Dennis’s Diary: Fantasy Baseball – The Braun Ultimatum

Coach Dennis’s Diary – Ryan Braun By: Dennis Esser (@coachesser) Well folks, we are headed into the All Star break and it’s time to take stock of the first half of the fantasy baseball season.  I am currently leading or in second place in all of my leagues, but I am in no mood to […]

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Summary Judgment: Fantasy Baseball Recap for June 7, 2013

Here is the Court’s brief recap of the day’s fantasy baseball happenings for Friday, June 7, 2013. 1. Blame it on the rain.  It cannot be denied that weather has played a critical role in both real and fantasy baseball this season.  In April we dealt with many games getting snowed out.  May was ridiculously […]

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On the Docket – January 29, 2013

We are now less than a week away from Super Bowl XLVII which is being billed as the “Harbowl” or “Harbaugh Bowl.”  But don’t try and make money selling merchandise or paraphenalia using those phrases.  Besides the biggest sporting event of the year being just days away, there is a lot going on in the […]

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Passing Judgment: Mike Piazza belongs in the Hall of Fame

Before I delve into this article, I need to be up front and honest about my subjective bias on this topic.  My favorite baseball player ever is Gary Carter thanks mostly to the fact that the very first baseball game I ever watched was Opening Day in 1985.  On that day, Carter made his Mets […]

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