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23 September 2020

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Michael Brendan Dougherty (The Slurve, National Review) and Craig Calcaterra (HardballTalk)

On The Score, Michael and Craig discuss baseball’s burgeoning Biogenesis scandal. Is this a sign that MLB is finally serious about cracking down on performance-enhancing drugs? Craig wonders whether baseball is putting public relations ahead of effective punishment. They examine whether Tony Bosch, the key figure in the scandal, has damaged his credibility too much for the case to hold up. How are media leaks that accuse big names of misconduct shaping the case? They close by predicting how the story will play out, with Michael explaining why he wants to see a mass suspension of players.

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Recorded:Jun 6    Posted:Jun 7, 2013
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The Score | Jun 7, 2013 | Michael Brendan Dougherty & Craig Calcaterra

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