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Now we have smoking gun to indict A-Rod as who he truly is: A-Roid. Yankees star Alex Rodriguez, along with former Chicago White Sox pitcher Gio Gonzalez, Nelson Cruz and Melky Cabrera are the four biggest MLB stars treated at a South Florida clinic where, according to a report in Tuesday’s Miami New Times, they received performance-enhancing drugs.
Records taken from Biogenesis, an anti-aging clinic near the University of Miami, indicate those players and many other athletes — all of whom have connections to South Florida — received various substances from Anthony Bosch, the head of the clinic, who is already under investigation by MLB and DEA.
The lab has been called the East Coast BALCO. And records of each player’s use are pretty indepth. They reveal exactly how much A-Rod and others paid for HGH, testosterone, various creams etc. The reports goes on with more of the same about several other players, including Bartolo Colon, the Oakland A’s pitcher who was suspended 50 games i...
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The Miami New Times dropped a round of napalm on Major League Baseball when they published a report that fingered Alex Rodriguez as a customer of a clinic that supplied athletes with performance enhancing drugs.
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Up above, the pic Gio posted on Instagram back in November with "My offseason strength coach Jimmy Goins."
To be honest, liked the photos of Gio posing with Sweet Brown in Oklahoma City a few weeks ago much better, and the ensuring yet short-lived #GioHangingWith meme. Goins, a conditioning coach at University of Miami, is also featured prominently in the Miami New Times...
There has been speculation that the New York Yankees will
attempt to void third baseman Alex Rodriguez’s remaining contract due to use of
performance-enhancing drugs and his hip injury. However, the team knows there
is little chance of voiding Rodriguez’s contract, an act termed “unrealistic”
by David Waldstein of The New York Times.
The Yankees can dream of getting...
If Major League Baseball disciplines Alex Rodriguez over the latest PED allegations against him, the New York Yankees may try and void the embattled third baseman's hefty contract.
A source tells ESPNNewYork.com, "(The Yankees) can't do anything until the MLB investigation is concluded and they take action, if any." However, several sources tell the website that...
A Miami anti-aging clinic’s list is linked to several MLB players and is accusing 3-time MVP Alex Rodriguez, Gio Gonzalez, 2012 All Star Game MVP Melky Cabrera, Nelson Cruz, Bartolo Colon and Yasmani Grandal of purchasing performance enhancing drugs in 2011 and 2012.
The Miami New Times has released the list after a three month investigation. The list was given to them by an...
A report in the Miami New Times on Tuesday alleges that Alex Rodriguez purchased illegal performance-enhancing drugs from a South Florida anti-aging clinic over the prior four years.
The explosive report says that the newspaper obtained records from Biogenesis, a clinic that has closed and was owned by Anthony Bosch, the son of Florida physician Pedro Bosch who was linked to Manny...
New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez is among those named on a list of performance-enhancing drug (PED) recipients given to Miami New Times by a former employee of the now-defunct Miami anti-aging clinic Biogenesis.
The Miami New Times report also lists outfielder Melky Cabrera, pitcher Bartolo Colón, pro tennis player Wayne Odesnik, rising Cuban superstar boxer Yuriorkis Gamboa...
Tweet A number of current MLB players, including Alex Rodriguez and 2012 Cy Young candidate Gio Gonzalez from the Washington Nationals, have been linked to performance enhancing drugs at a clinic based out of Miami, FL, per reports from multiple outlets. The names are mentioned serveral times in handwritten notes from Biogenesis chief Anthony Bosch. [...]
Major League Baseball officials have asked the Miami News Times for records the alternative newspaper obtained for a story on alleged use of banned substances by several players.
Miami New Times editor Chuck Strouse said Tuesday the paper had not yet decided how to respond. Strouse described the MLB move as a request and noted that the league does not have legal subpoena power....
Less than three weeks after no players were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame primarily because of certain players’ connection with the Steroid Era, another PED scandal is set to rock the baseball world.
According to a report in the Miami New Times, a batch of records obtained from an anti-aging clinic in south Florida includes the names of a number of prominent MLB players...
The ongoing saga of names attached to PED use in major league baseball just got a bit more interesting. In a Miami New Times article, several prominent players names are listed as utilizing the services of a Miami based clinic who shut it’s doors unexpectedly last month after the owner mysteriously vanished.
Biogenesis’ front was an anti-aging clinic. It’s reali business however...
It wouldn’t be an MLB offseason without a juicy PED scandal right?
Well here you go. Courtesy of Tim Elfrink of the Miami NewTimes, some significant names have been associated with a Miami clinic that has been linked to supplying drugs to several people ranging from University coaches, to current MLB players.
Of course there will be a lot of work done to check the validity of the...