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|Presinal hasn't let his trouble with Major League Baseball keep him from smiling.|
|The Dominican Steroid Problem|
As spring training opens around baseball, ESPN.com takes a two-day look at the state of Major League Baseball's fight against performance-enhancing drugs in the Dominican Republic with a series of stories reported and written by investigative reporter Mike Fish.DAY 1
• Critical mass in the D.R.
• Vitamin B-12: Help or hazard?
• MLB criticized over testing prospects
• Pruebas positivas en Dominicana
• La "magia" de la vitamina B-12
• ¿Pruebas de doping antes de firmar? DAY 2
• Dominican trainer isn't welcome in MLB.
• Martinez supports controversial trainer
• Presinal, gurú de los estelares dominicaos
• Pedro aún confía en "Nao"
|In 2001 with Presinal by his side, Juan Gonzalez hit 35 home runs with 140 RBI.|
|When it comes to loosening up, Presinal takes a hands-on approach.|
|That's Presinal on the right in the training room at the Palacio De Los Deportes.|
|John Hart, right, and then-manager Charlie Manuel tried to keep Juan Gonzalez's entourage out of the Indians' clubhouse in 2001.|
|Presinal, in the middle, orchestrates a grueling workout for his major league stars.|
|Are they harmless? According to Presinal, these were the substances in the bag during the Toronto incident. An ESPN.com reporter bought them over the counter at a Dominican pharmacy.|
|The Presinal way involves a lot of stretching.|