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Uh oh. Via the Miami NewTimes, Gio Gonzalez has been linked (along with Alex Rodriguez and Nelson Cruz) to a PED doctor in Miami:
There's also the curious case of Gio Gonzalez, the 27-year-old,
Hialeah-native, left-handed hurler who won 21 games last year for the
Washington Nationals. Gonzalez's name appears five times in Bosch's
notebooks, including a specific note in the 2012 book reading, "Order
1.c.1 with Zinc/MIC/... and Aminorip. For Gio and charge $1,000."
(Aminorip is a muscle-building protein.)
Gonzalez's father, Max, also appears on Bosch's client lists and is
often listed in conjunction with the pitcher. But reached by phone, the
Hialeah resident insists his son has had no contact with Bosch.
"My son works very, very hard, and he's as clean as apple pie," the
elder Gonzalez says. "I went to Tony because I needed to lose weight. A
friend recommended him, and he did great work for me. But t...
BEST OF MAXIM
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...
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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It wouldn’t be an MLB offseason without a juicy PED scandal right?
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What do we know right now?
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