Jenrry Mejia RUMORS & NEWS

  • Banned Jenrry Mejia plans to sue MLB, alleges years of 'corrupt mob-like activity'

    CBS Sports "Back in February, former Mets right-hander Jenrry Mejia was banned from baseball for life after failing a third performance-enhancing drug test. It was his third failed PED test in less than a calendar year, amazingly. Mejia is the first and so far only player to banned under the league's PED..." July 11

  • MLB fires back after Jenrry Mejia says he'll fight lifetime ban for PED use

    USA Today "Former New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia plans to appeal his lifetime suspension from Major League Baseball after the league used what his attorney termed "dirty cop tactics" before Mejia was banned for a third positive drug test. Mejia, who failed three tests for performance-enhancing drugs..." March 13

  • Attorney: Mejia to appeal ban after MLB's 'dirty cop tactics'

    The Score "Former New York Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia announced Friday that he will appeal his lifetime ban issued by Major League Baseball last month as the result of his third failed drug test. With his attorney Vincent White seated next to him, Mejia denied using any banned substance when he tested..." March 11

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    Jared Diamond @jareddiamond

    In other news, Jenrry Mejia is making a "major announcement" at a press conference tomorrow in Long Island City, so that should be fun.

  • Clark: Mejia didn't express concerns with players' union

    The Score "Former New York Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia didn't convey any issues he had with the league to the Major League Baseball Players Association prior to receiving a lifetime ban for performance-enhancing drug use, according to MLBPA executive director Tony Clark. "Obviously any joint drug agreement..." March 06

  • Jenrry Mejia Says Baseball Officials Orchestrated His Lifetime Ban

    New York Times "Jenrry Mejia, the Mets pitcher who was permanently barred from baseball after three failed doping tests, claims that he was the victim of a witch hunt by Major League Baseball and that the players’ union did not properly advocate on his behalf. Baseball’s drug-testing program, which is jointly..." March 05