A former pitching coach for the University of Miami is on the hook for the drug scandal that rocked baseball. His lawyer is now asking Major League Baseball to release records for his clients upcoming trial.
New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez vehemently denied using steroids from the Coral Gables clinic Biogenesis of America. He insisted for the 21 months that Major League Baseball was on a “witch hunt” and he was target number one.
Evan Longoria singled home the go-ahead run in the 10th inning, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 2-1 on Sunday.
In the standoff over a suspension between Major League Baseball and New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, it appears that A-Rod has blinked.
More client names involved in the Biogenesis clinic that allegedly provided performance-enhancing drugs to athletes may not be known for some time.
Alex Rodriguez says he plans to keep tabs on developments in Major League Baseball’s latest drug investigation — the one where his name keeps popping up along with several other stars.
Major league baseball is reportedly preparing to take action against some of the biggest names in the game accused of using performance enhancing drugs.
Major League Baseball paid a former employee of a Florida anti-aging clinic linked to performance-enhancing drugs for documents, The New York Times reported Thursday on its website.
Major League Baseball on Friday sued a now-shuttered South Florida clinic and its operators, accusing them of scheming to provide banned performance-enhancing drugs to players in violation of their contracts.
The fallout from a Miami New Times investigative report is just beginning as multiple players deny they had any involvement with the company Biogenesis and performance-enhancing drugs.