Gio Gonzalez had blood and urine samples taken two days after being linked to the Biogenesis clinic. It's unclear whether Gonzalez offered up the samples or MLB asked for them. The 27-year-old left-hander has firmly denied any past performance-enhancing drug use and remains an elite fantasy starter heading into 2013. MLB officials are currently investigating Biogenesis.
Now Devil's Advocate here, Gio could have used at some point in the past and offered or took a new test on that day, in the offseason, where he may be totally clean
MLB could see it the other way and totally exonerate him
So with this development we really know nothing but worth noting/discussing
"I'm the man with the ball. I'm the man who can throw it faster than F***. So that's why I'm better than anyone in the world." - Kenny Powers
mong those implicated are New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, outfielder Melky Cabrera of the Toronto Blue Jays, Washington pitcher Gio Gonzalez, Oakland pitcher Bartolo Colon, Texas outfielder Nelson Cruz and San Diego catcher Yasmani Grandal. Most have denied the Biogenesis link, although Rodriguez has admitted using performance-enhancing drugs earlier in his career and Colon, Cabrera and Grandal were each suspended for 50 games last year for testing positive for elevated testosterone levels.
for example lets say someone like Grandal was in on this. would he be suspended again? or would his first 50 count? if it's more, that would 100 wouldn't it?