Who knew? We thought Turinabol was the Northern Division of the Italian Baseball League. Turns out, it's the latest in the long line of designer steroids being used by current MLB players (although it's apparently an "old school" drug). It looks like more sophisticated detection processes are now better able to catch even smaller does of PEDs. Now, the league is dropping the not-so-subtle hint that there are more players to be named as PED cheats in the near future—in addition to the recent revelations about Chris Colabello and Dee Gordon. Word of the new disclosures is leaking from somewhere in the MLB hierarchy—which is almost as troubling as the violations themselves. Hopefully none of the new cheaters will have any association with the Red Sox organization. Stay tuned!