David Ortiz mentions Yankees in failed PED test conspiracy theory

David Ortiz’s failed 2003 drug test tends to be a juicy subject. His explanation for how his name was revealed to the public is juicier. There will never again be a player signed to a contract from Cuba on the level of Yasiel Puig, Yoan Moncada or Aroldis Chapman. There will be plenty more players […]

David Ortiz’s failed 2003 drug test tends to be a juicy subject. His explanation for how his name was revealed to the public is juicier.

There will never again be a player signed to a contract from Cuba on the level of Yasiel Puig, Yoan Moncada or Aroldis Chapman. There will be plenty more players out of Cuba to sign to play baseball in MLB, but none will ever again be paid the exorbitant price some of those players have been fetching.

Luis Robert, 19, is the last man that will be signed to this crazy price tag and he has signed with the Chicago White Sox as of Saturday afternoon, according to multiple reports .

While the full details of the deal have not been officially disclosed for the 19-year-old, it’s rumored to be in the $25 million guaranteed range. The contract may not be as big as Moncada’s $31.8 million or Puig’s $42 million deal, but $25 million is nothing to sniff at.

It is also something no player will ever earn again out of Cuba.

Newspaper coming out of New York, with that news, they were trying to do what they did. Trying to draw the attention to someone else. This was just something that leaked out of New York and they had zero explanation about it.

Ortiz, who has been tested hundreds of times throughout the course of his career, has never been suspended for performance-enhancing drugs. He retired following the 2016 at age 40, hitting .315 and a 1.021 OPS and 38 home runs. He led the majors in OPS.

Those damn Yankees.

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