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.
Two suspects in the Miami-based Major League Baseball steroid scandal appeared in court Friday.
Major League Baseball got what it wanted from Biogenesis of America and has now withdrawn a lawsuit against the former Coral Gables-based anti-aging clinic.
State authorities said they have launched a criminal investigation into the now-closed Biogenesis clinic at the center of Major League Baseball’s latest performance-enhancing drug scandal.
The controversy surrounding New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez took another bizarre turn over the weekend when ESPN.com reported that A-Rod paid for Tony Bosch’s attorney and later transferred additional money that Bosch’s attorney refused.
The scandal that could cost Alex Rodriguez and a dozen other Major League Baseball players millions of dollars only came to light because of a South Florida business dispute over a $4,000 investment.
As New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez awaits his punishment for his role in the Biogenesis/performance enhancing drug scandal, problems could be mounting for the former head of Biogenesis, Anthony Bosch.
A Miami-Dade Circuit Court judge denied a motion to throw out Major League Baseball’s civil lawsuit against Biogenesis.
More client names involved in the Biogenesis clinic that allegedly provided performance-enhancing drugs to athletes may not be known for some time.
A former associate of Biogenesis head Tony Bosch says he turned down a $125,000 offer from Major League Baseball for documents said to implicate players in the use of performance-enhancing drugs.