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Play Podcast Diamondbacks 1B Paul Goldschmidt talks about his incredible start to the season, the team's unlikely rise to the top of the NL West and Patrick Corbin's contributions to the squad. Goldschmidt also weighs in on MLB's latest PED controversy.
Play Podcast ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney reacts to OTL's report that MLB is preparing to suspend players connected to the Biogenesis clinic in Miami. Olney says Ryan Braun could go down as the Lance Armstrong of baseball.
Play Podcast ESPN MLB Insider Jayson Stark dishes on OTL's report that MLB wants to suspend players connected to the Biogenesis clinic in Miami, whether there are mixed opinions in the MLBPA and more.
Play Podcast ESPN reporter Pedro Gomez shares his thoughts on what MLB wants from Tony Bosch, the MLBPA's reaction, the perception of Ryan Braun and more.
Play Podcast ESPN legal analyst Lester Munson comments on whether the Yankees can void Alex Rodriguez's contract if he gets suspended by MLB, the possibility of lawsuits regarding Biogenesis and more.
Play Podcast The MLB Network's Peter Gammons talks about MLB's desire to suspend Ryan Braun, Alex Rodriguez and other players connected to Tony Bosch's Biogenesis clinic in Miami and more.
Play Podcast BALCO founder Victor Conte talks about the newest developments in MLB's PED scandal, possible punishments for players and the role PEDs still play in the game.
Play Podcast Former MLB player Jose Canseco talks about his impression of Tony Bosch, PED usage, the fans' views of HGH and explains why he doesn't think players even need PEDs anymore.