MLB scandal: Players tied to PED useLoading
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    MLB investigates players for PED use

    Major League Baseball could issue suspensions of up to 100 games to some of the game's biggest names as an investigation of performance enhancing drug use advances. Here are many of the players tied to the investigation:

    Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees
    Rodriguez, 37, acknowledged testing positive in 2003. he has 647 career home runs, 2,901 hits and is owed $105 million from the Yankees through 2017. The team might try to void his contract if he is suspended.
    Elaine Thompson | AP
    Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers
    Braun, 29, is at the height of his career and owed about $133 million through 2020. he is the 2011 N.L. Most Valuable Player and beat the rap after testing positive for PEDs on a technicality.
    Mark Felix | MCT
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    Bartolo Colon, Oakland A's
    He was suspended last season for a second positive test. This season Colon, the A.L. Cy Young Award winner in 2005, is 6-2 for the A's.
    Marcio Jose Sanchez | AP
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    Nelson Cruz, Texas Rangers
    Cruz is one of the key players for the Rangers, part of a slugging outfield and an All-Star for the team with the A.L.'s best record.
    Elise Amendola | AP
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    Jhonny Peralta, Detroit Tigers
    The Tigers' shortstop is enjoying a resurgence this season.
    Luis M. Alvarez | AP
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    Everth Cabrera, San Diego Padres
    The 26-year-old Padres shortstop is considered one of the N.L.'s best young players.
    Gregory Bull | AP
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    Melky Cabrera, Toronto Blue Jays
    His suspension from the Giants last season ended his career as an outfielder in San Francisco, but the Blue Jays signed him to a two-year deal in the off season. Among the best hitters in baseball last year. Cabrera is hitting about .280.
    Marcio Jose Sanchez | AP
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    Robinson Cano, New York Yankees
    On track to be one of the most highly sought free agents next season, the second baseman has been linked indirectly through a spokeswoman for his foundation.
    Kathy Willens | AP
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    Gio Gonzalez, Washington Nationals
    The left-handed starting pitcher was included in the Biogenesis records first reported by the Miami New Times but reportedly has cooperated with MLB investigators, demonstrating he purchased only legal substances from the clinic.
    Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP
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    Anthony Bosch
    This undated booking photo provided by the Miami-Dade Police Department shows Anthony Bosch. A person familiar with the case tells The Associated Press that Bosch agreed to talk to Major League Baseball about players linked to performance-enhancing drugs.
    Uncredited | AP
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