The MLBPA is notoriously one of the toughest player unions in sports, but even they have run out of patience with PED users. Today, the MLBPA announced they will not go to bat for everyone involved with PED users.
"I can tell you, if we have a case where there really is overwhelming evidence that a player committed a violation of the program, our fight is going to be that they make a deal," Weiner told the Daily News. "We're not interested in having players with overwhelming evidence that they violated the [drug] program out there. Most of the players aren't interested in that. We'd like to have a clean program."
Penn State will pay some of the victims of Jerry Sandusky's pedophilia up to $60 million.
Tiki Barber believes Eli Manning is better than Peyton.
Brian Urlacher said he'd be "really pissed" if the Bears win the Super Bowl this year without him.
Mark Cuban says the Dallas Mavs are better off without Dwight Howard. Then why did they go after him?
Mike Miller is interested in signing with the Memphis Grizzlies.
Check out images from Charlotte's party celebrating the return of the Hornets' name.
Apparently Jay Z dropped the hyphen from his name three years ago.
The A$AP Mob would like you to stop wearing Givenchy leather pants.
Netflix is celebrating a score of 14 Emmy nominations, overcoming the fact that they aren't on cable or broadcast in a industry typically slow to respond to changes.
Rick Perry has signed the sweeping abortion restrictions into law that Sen. Wendy Davis stood for 11 hours to defend. Sad.
Joey Bad and Kirk Knight do their thing on Power 105, culminating with a freestyle. Worth the 9 minutes.
Hopsin releases a new video for "Ill Mind of Hopsin 6."