This week, MLB and the Cuban Baseball Federation (FCB) came to an agreement to allow Cuban born players to sign with MLB teams. One day later, the deal was finalized, and we, of course, have questions. On Tuesday, Francys Romero first reported that MLB and the FCB had reached an agreement Continue Reading
In the latest episode of ‘Shark Tank’, Alex Rodriguez and Mark Cuban invested $700K on Vade. Vade is a nutritional company that sells dissolvable whey protein scoops. While this may seem like no big deal, we have questions. Earlier this month, WTTS warned MLB players to be worried about IGF-1. Despite occurring naturally in Continue Reading
MLB has long ignored a question that the PGA Tour was forced to answer: Can any animal derived products really be banned? On Tuesday, 11/20/2018, Vijay Singh finally reached a settlement in his lawsuit against the PGA Tour, according to ESPN. After five years, this officially puts to bed any question Continue Reading
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I know what you’re thinking. What is IGF-1? Insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) is a hormone that all humans produce. It is made when the pituitary gland produces growth hormone (GH). The GH is then delivered to the liver where it is transformed into IGF-1.
There was a time in the early 2010’s when “The Ultimate Sports Spray” was the hottest elixir on the market. The product promised increased energy levels and quicker recovery times from exercising. All without the fear that one was ingesting one of many banned substances.
According to a report out of the Dominican Republic, MLB scouts are targeting international players as young as 13 and 14 years of age. Earlier this month, Sports Illustrated published a report, by senior writer Jon Wertheim, revealing that the U.S. Department of Justice has undertaken a “sweeping probe” of MLB teams’ Continue Reading
This season, the Houston Astros dominated the world of pitching on all levels. How were they able to accomplish this feat? According to a complaint (see document #75) filed in Palm Beach County, Neiman Nix, an ex-MLB pitcher and founder of DNA Performance Lab, alleges that members of the Houston Astros Continue Reading
Eddie Dominguez is one of the founding members of MLB’s Department of Investigations (DOI)and author of “Baseball Cop.” Eddie joins WTTS to talk about “Baseball Cop” and more! In “Baseball Cop,” Eddie Dominguez shines a light on the inner workings of the office of MLB’s commissioner. He also shows how baseball’s bosses are complicit Continue Reading