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I'm getting very close to the point of not caring anymore. They're all cheating, apparently.
If top-level guys are getting drugs from low-level con artists like this, to me it suggests rather that there aren't too many good sources and not too many guys are using.
You can't be sure as he might have been worse than Yuniesky if he hadn't used.
I don't think steroids/PEDs are out of the game or will ever be out of the game, but I don't think this story is good evidence that they're everywhere. They're rarer, because testing hurts the demand side and prosecution hurts the supply side.
I'm told one guy was suspended because he was in a different country than where he said he'd be.
Think back to the drug wars of the mid-80s. The commissioner can use things that are a matter of public record in the disciplinary process. (see for instance the fallout from the Curtis Strong affair)
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