Were the 2009 Yankees Filthy Cheaters? – Part Two

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I wrote earlier this week about Robinson Cano’s 80-game suspension and the group of 2009 Yankees that were linked to banned substances.

“There are new developments” with this story, as they like to say on television.

Cano’s ex-teammate Mark Teixeira was a guest on the Michael Kay Show on 98.7 ESPN New York on Thursday. He said he wasn’t surprised to hear about the suspension:

“Yeah, I don’t really want to get into too much detail. I love Robbie. I’m just not surprised,” said Teixeira, a baseball analyst for ESPN since retiring after the 2016 season. “I don’t really want to go too much further, but I think a lot of people are kind of saying the same thing.”


Teixeira said he considered Cano’s associations in his New York days when formulating his suspicions about him.

“Let’s just use this situation here. Robbie Cano’s assistant was on the list for Biogenesis,” Teixeira said, referring to the clinic at the center of MLB’s 2013 PED scandal. “Now, of course, [he] had an assistant, you know, buy stuff for him. Alex Rodriguez got popped by Biogenesis, and [former Yankees outfielder] Melky [Cabrera] got popped. They were best friends. When someone gets lumped into that group, it’s because there’s evidence. There’s a paper trail. There’s a smoke trail.”


Teixeira played 1st base on the 2009 World Series squad and was Cano’s teammate for five seasons before the latter left New York for Seattle.

I think it’s pretty obvious, based on those quotes above, that the 2009 Yankees were vile cheats. THEREFORE – the Phillies are back-to-back World Series champions.



11 Responses

  1. Teixeira said today that he’s not surprised Cano was juicing.

    A-Rod was, Cano was, and THAT GOD DAMNED MATSUI !!!!

  2. It doesn’t matter. they all have WS rings now don’t they.
    What is this revisionist history hr?

  3. “Did the yankees cheat?”

    paste article

    “yes, i think so.”

    nice job with this story

  4. Genuinely I want to create a professional sports league that promotes steroids, HGH, cocaine, greenies, alcohol. I don’t care about these players being saints. They are my entertainment 3 hours out of the week. Let them be gassed up maniacs, makes it more entertaining

  5. Does this development boost Chase Ultey’s Hall of Fame prospects as the best (clean) 2B in this era?

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