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Tampa Bay Rays News and Links: Are More PED Related Suspensions Coming?

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Several more players are expected join Dee Gordon and be suspended for testing positive for PED's

The first player in MLB history suspended for PED's was Alex Sanchez of the 2005 Tampa Bay Devil Rays
The first player in MLB history suspended for PED's was Alex Sanchez of the 2005 Tampa Bay Devil Rays
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Rays Links:

- Brandon Guyer talks about how much he appreciates his wife, who put her promising career on hold to take care of their children

- Chris Archer will keep his same approach, regardless of the opponent. Also, the Rays will not attend Tim Lincecum's highly publicized showcase.

- With the Rays heading to Los Angeles, Hank Conger gets to return to the stadium where he played the most games of his career.

- Over at The Process Report, they reviewed the Rays brief two game set against the Dodgers.

#PuigNotRaymondsFriend #PuigBully

Around the League:

- We heard at the start of the week that Dee Gordon was just one name on a bigger list of players who tested positive for PED's. Some of those names are expected to be exposed soon.

- Bud Black is being seen as the favorite to land the Braves managerial job...that's still occupied.

- Giancarlo Stanton walked off set of Star Wars: The Next Generation to emasculate everyone

- Grant Brisbee checks out who had the best off-seasons after a month of play.

- While Tim Lincecum's path to his showcase has dominated the news, Kyle Lohse quietly put on a display yesterday.