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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 and slugger Nelson Cruz as recipients of PEDs provided by Biogenesis.
According to the report, this is not the first time the clinic's chief, Anthony Bosch, has been mentioned in connection to PEDs. Bosch is the son of Coral Gables physician named Pedro Publio Bosch, who was connected with banned substances when slugger Manny Ramirez was suspended for violating Major League Baseball's drug policy in 2009.
At the time, the Drug Enforcement Agency reportedly probed both Pedro and Anthony Bosch. No charges have yet been brought from that investigation.
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