A youngster in the Chicago Cubs’ system – don’t worry, you haven’t heard of him – has tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. For the second time.

Cubs outfielder Gregorio Robles has tested positive twice for a banned performance-enhancing drug. His 100-game suspension will begin with the start of the 2010 season. He still has 43 games left to serve on a previous 50-game penalty.

Cleveland Indians pitcher Jeffry Cleto was banned 50 games for a first offense and will also start his suspension at the opening of the season.

Major League Baseball said Thursday both players tested positive for metabolites of Stanozolol. Chicago Breaking Sports.

Just keep that stuff away from the promising players.

  • Lokanna

    “Major League Baseball said Thursday both players tested positive for metabolites of Stanozolol”

    I think I’d be mad at my Doc (dealer) if they game me something w/ “lol” at the end of it. That kind of just tells you something is going to happen..

    • Ace

      Better than Penisballozone. Which doesn’t work very well, by the way.

      • Lokanna


  • Cornell Proctor

    Is this picture real? How big are his arms and chest. I just doesn’t look right.

  • http://www.runescape.com Roman

    grosse gore brought you here? lol

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