So, this is under investigation. Read the whole thing, but here’s the basics:
San Francisco Giants star outfielder Melky Cabrera mounted a campaign to avoid his 50-game suspension that included a fake website featuring a fictitious product in an effort that was quickly uncovered by MLB investigators, the New York Daily News has reported.
The purpose was to fool MLB and the players’ union, while presenting them with the website and resulting phony product information, into believing Cabrera had ordered a supplement fraudulently spiked with testosterone, therefore causing the positive drug test, the report says.
If this is true, it is hilarious and sad, all at the same time. If I was Bud Selig and I found out he truly did go this far to try and dupe the MLB. I might be considering a ban.