Found April 12, 2013 on Fox Sports:
A spokesman for Alex Rodriguez Friday denied a New York Times report that the Yankees star was involved with purchasing documents related to the Biogenesis anti-aging clinic in South Florida. The Times, citing two people briefed on the situation, reported that a representative of Rodriguez bought the documents to keep them away from Major League Baseball investigators. Biogenesis has since closed, but reportedly supplied performance-enhancing drugs to more than 20 major league players. Biogenesis was first connected to Rodriguez, Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cebrera and Texas Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz by a January report in the Miami New Times.
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