With friends like these Alex Rodriguez doesn’t need enemies — probably just more lawyers.
Rodriguez managed to open a new door for doping investigators Wednesday when he put forward a New Jersey doctor to contradict the Yankees’ diagnosis of his quad injury; the doctor orthopedist Michael Gross of Hackensack University Medical Center was reprimanded in February for “failing to adequately ensure proper patient treatment involving the prescribing of hormones including steroids.”
When notified by the Daily News of the reprimand Gross received from the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners — the reprimand was first reported by SNY — a league source said Major League Baseball’s investigation of Rodriguez in the Biogenesis case would expand.
“This has caused MLB to now expand its investigation (of A-Rod) in regard to his relationship with this doctor and this wellness clinic” said the source.
According to the reprimand letter which stated that the New Jersey attorney general ori...