MIAMI, FL (WTAQ) - There’s a report that Major League Baseball now has enough evidence to suspend at least some players in the Bio-Genesis PED scandal.
CBSSports.com says the investigators have started interviewing at least some players suspected of buying performance-enhancing drugs from ex-Miami anti-aging clinic director Tony Bosch.
The report said Brewers’ slugger Ryan Braun and Yankees’ infielder Alex Rodriguez have not been interviewed yet. But they’d be available any time, since both are on the disabled list.
Braun was put on the DL last weekend with an injury to his right thumb and the connected ligaments to his index finger. He denies buying PED’s from Bosch, saying that his lawyers only used him as a consultant for Braun’s successful appeal of his 2011 drug suspension.
Bosch told a TV interviewer the same thing, and he also denied selling PED’s to any Major League players.
Recent reports said Bosch would tell baseball officials all he knows, after Rodriguez reportedly refused to lend him money to defend a civil lawsuit filed against him by Major League Baseball.