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Sport MLB, MLBPA dismiss wild claims that Mike Trout received exemption for HGH

03:25  18 january  2020
03:25  18 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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MLB pretending as if they have no other options, that Mike Trout is the be all and end all of the league ’s future with young audiences, is Baseball needs to fix its shit, in multiple areas. Marketing the sport as a whole and its players outside their own markets is a big step towards fans experiencing

Could MLB have yet ANOTHER scandal in the works? If so, this one would be a whopper. NBC Sports Northwest reports David Brosius, son of “If you want to read something better, Mike Trout takes HGH for a ‘thyroid’ condition,” Brosius wrote on Instagram. “It’s a loophole he found and the MLB doesn’t

Major League Baseball and the MLBPA released a joint statement Friday dismissing claims that Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout has been granted a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) for Human Growth Hormone (HGH).

a close up of a baseball player holding a bat: MLB and MLBA say no MLB player, including Mike Trout, has been granted a TUE for HGH. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)© Provided by Yahoo! Sports MLB and MLBA say no MLB player, including Mike Trout, has been granted a TUE for HGH. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

The statement reads:

The MLB-MLBPA Joint Drug Prevention Program is administered independently and transparently by the parties' jointy appointed Independent Program Administrator (IPA). In his annual report, the IPA discloses publicly the Theraputic Use Exemptions (TUEs) granted to Players during the prior season. Since the inception of the Program, no Major League or Minor League player has ever received a TUE for, or otherwise received permission to use, Human Growth Hormone (HGH).

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30: Major League Baseball and the MLB Player ’s Association have announced that they’ve Importantly, players will no longer be able to receive more than a single qualifying offer, Rosenthal Finally, there’ll now be “biomarker testing for HGH .” The All-Star game will return to simply being a The only actual claim that he did anything came from a NY Times writer with an anonymous source

The joint statement comes after David Brosius, son of former New York Yankees third baseman Scott Brosius, accused Mike Trout of taking HGH, which is an illegal performance-enhancing drug.

Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer fueled the rumors Friday, telling Daniel Roberts of Yahoo! Finance that Trout received a TUE to use HGH.

a screenshot of a cell phone: (Yahoo Finance)© Provided by Yahoo! Sports (Yahoo Finance)

The joint statement makes it clear that no player, Trout included, has ever been given the freedom to take HGH for therapeutic means under the league’s program. That effectively slams the door shut on the accusations made by Brosius and Bauer, who later backtracked on his comments.

The wild accusations continued what has been a chaotic week for baseball. The Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal has dominated headlines after the league handed down its punishments and new conspiracy theories rose to the surface.

MLB, MLBPA dismiss wild claims that Mike Trout received exemption for HGH

  MLB, MLBPA dismiss wild claims that Mike Trout received exemption for HGH MLB, MLBPA dismiss wild claims that Mike Trout received exemption for HGHNeither Mike Trout nor any other player has a TUE for HGH, according to a joint statement from MLB and the PA pic.twitter.

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According to Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan , MLB and the MLB Players Association are in the midst of Earlier this season, Chicago Cubs infielder Ben Zobrist clashed with the league office after he received an official warning to stop wearing all-black PF Flyer kicks with his white uniform.

It’s no wonder the league and players’ union were quick to dismiss the accusations against Trout before they received any more attention than they deserved.

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Allegations against Trout, Altuve force MLB into scramble mode to defend stars .
Baseball was quick to counter claims against two of its best players.Let's start with the second rescue mission: On Friday, MLB and the Players Association banded together to refute a claim — which had been earlier denied by the source himself — that Angels center fielder Mike Trout received a therapeutic use exemption, or TUE, to use human growth hormone.

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