Major League Baseball will pursue drug suspensions for Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Braun and about 20 other players who have been linked to the Biogenesis Clinic in South Florida. MLB could suspend each of them for 100 games, according to the report that first appeared on ESPN’s Outside the Lines.

Braun has been clouded with suspicion after a test found the presence of synthetic testosterone in October of 2011, the season he was the NL MVP.

If MLB is able to suspend Braun without failing a test, when he escaped suspension for actually failing a test. It seems backwards and it’s confusing, but MLB is pushing through.

They’ve agreed to drop a lawsuit against Anthony Bosch, the former operator of Biogenesis Clinic if he provides names and information on his former clients.

Bill Scott from Wisconsin Radio Network and Justin Hull of the Home Stretch on WSCO in Appleton, WI. joins me to discuss the details and what lies ahead for the Brewers slugger and baseball’s fight against performance enhancing drugs.