These links are a bit dated, but I thought they were interesting reads.
- The Miami New Times has refused to divulge their sources to MLB, mostly because (as far as I can tell) they’re still pissed at Bud Selig for allowing his buddy Jeffrey Loria to screw Miami. This “Press Release” reads more like a disgruntled blogger than it does an official communique.
- The above article refers to this entertaining March 2013 article in The Atlantic on Loria and his scam artist tactics, and it references this whole slew of Deadspin articles on the Marlins and their financial irregularities.
In either case, any worries that people may have had about Gio Gonzalez or anyone else getting suspended for their roles in the Biogenesis case seem unfounded. How can MLB suspend anyone if they don’t have any evidence in their hands?