Would The World Anti-Doping Agency Kindly Shut The Hell Up?

The World Anti-Doping Agency, i.e., the people who once banned caffeine, now demands that baseball violate federal labor law and unilaterally impose a testing regime of dubious efficacy for a substance of uncertain benefits. Why does anyone take WADA seriously anymore? » 8/16/10 8:15pm 8/16/10 8:15pm

Aww, Some Football Writers Apparently Want A PED Hysteria Of Their Own

"Memo to 18 AP voters who let Brian Cushing keep his award, despite clear PED use: you should be drug-tested yourselves," Sports Illustrated's Austin Murphy tweeted yesterday. "What a f'ing joke." Sigh. » 5/13/10 6:55pm 5/13/10 6:55pm

Brian Cushing Can Keep His Crummy Award

The AP took its ridiculous revote, and 21 of 39 voters decided to feign outrage that the defensive ROY used a banned substance in a sport that'd look like Ultimate Frisbee if it weren't for "banned" substances. He's still ROY, though. [NYT] » 5/12/10 6:35pm 5/12/10 6:35pm

Ron Washington Tested Positive For Cocaine Last Year, Which, Let's Be…

SI.com narc Jon Heyman reports that Ron Washington, the Rangers' 57-year-old manager and all-around swell guy, indulged in a popular but illicit recreational drug last year. "I did make a mistake," he tells SI.com, speaking very, very quickly. [SI.com] » 3/17/10 2:55pm 3/17/10 2:55pm

Exciting Development In The Abridgement Of Athletes' Rights: Blood…

MLB plans to implement blood testing for HGH in the minors, and the NFL wants to start drawing blood, too, and somehow this is being framed as an exciting development instead of yet more tilting and yet another windmill. » 2/24/10 7:10pm 2/24/10 7:10pm

New York Times Gets A Piece Of The Tiger Action With Its Hysterical PED…

Tony Galea was arrested in October after a pack of Mounties found HGH and something called Actovegin in his medical bag. Neither, so far as science knows, is a performance-enhancing drug, but people have decided to lose their minds anyway. » 12/17/09 3:00pm 12/17/09 3:00pm