Porter Fisher, the former Biogenesis employee who provided documents to Miami New Times to help blow open the massive Major League Basbeball PED scandal, stored boxes of documents related to the case in the trunk of his Toyota Camry. This past March, while Fisher was getting a spray tan in Boca Rato ... More >>
As Alex Rodriguez fights for his baseball-playing life in New York this week, he's forbidden from discussing the details of the case before an arbitrator who will decide whether Major League Baseball's 211-game ban will stand. But that didn't stop A-Rod from suing MLB last night over its investigati ... More >>
Eight months after a Miami New Times investigation revealed that Coral Gables anti-aging clinic Biogenesis was slinging performance-enhancing drugs to pro athletes, the fallout keeps growing. Fourteen baseball players were suspended by August. Hometown superstar Alex Rodriguez's career hangs in the ... More >>
Last month, ex-University of Miami slugger Ryan Braun was the first player to accept a suspension for his ties to Biogenesis, the Coral Gables anti-aging clinic exposed in a Miami New Times investigation as a source for performance enhancing drugs for pro athletes. But Braun didn't specify what he'd ... More >>
Ryan Braun was the first big star to go down thanks to links to Miami-based, PED-pushing clinic Biogenesis. Now a new lawsuit filed by a former friend suggests that the Milwaukee Brewers sluggers had used steroids ever since his college days at the University of Miami. The suit also claims Braun acc ... More >>
60 Minutes is reporting this morning that Alex Rodriguez may have done quiet possibly the most Alex Rodriguez thing ever to cover his own ass. The report indicates that in the weeks after Miami New Times broke the Biogenesis story, Alex Rodriguez's inner circle obtained and leaked documents that im ... More >>
While New Times detailed evidence that several MLB stars were clients of the PED-pushing Biogenesis clinic, our original source Porter Fischer has since claimed that other athletes, including mixed-martial arts fighters, were amongst the clinic's clients. Though, UFC President Dana White says he d ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke goes to bat for the most controversial baseball player in the universe. Miami native and New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez ... More >>
One chapter of the Biogenesis scandal closed yesterday with MLB dropping the hammer on 13 players who bought performance-enhancing drugs at the Coral Gables clinic. But many other questions remain, including whether clinic owner Tony Bosch will ever face criminal charges and how he managed to peddle ... More >>
Bud Selig's hammer is finally going to come down today on the MLB investigation into players obtaining performance enhancing drugs from Biogenesis, a now-shuttered Coral Gables "anti-aging clinic." Miami New Times was the first to report that the clinic was supplying PEDs to major MLB stars in an in ... More >>
The fallout from our investigation of a little Coral Gables-based "anti-aging clinic" called Biogenesis continues. USA Today reports that Major League Baseball will announce the suspension of "about eight" linked to the PED-pushing clinic either tomorrow or Friday. Though, more shocking is that th ... More >>
Ryan Braun has reportedly been suspended for the rest of the season over his connection to Biogenesis, the Coral Gables anti-aging clinic that New Times first reported was tied to selling performance enhancing drugs to Major League Baseball players. ESPN's T.J. Quinn reports that Braun will not fig ... More >>
Major League Baseball has made a major break in its investigation of a Miami-based clinic that provided performance-enhancing drugs to about 20 players, including the New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez and the Milwaukee Brewers Ryan Braun. ESPN reports that the league could hand out 100-game suspension ... More >>
This week, New Times takes you inside Biogenesis, an anti-aging clinic in Coral Gables run by Miami entrepreneur Anthony Bosch. His name is familiar to sports fans because he and his father, Dr. Pedro Bosch, were probed by authorities in 2009 when Manny Ramirez was suspended for violating baseball's ... More >>
Ronny Paulino in his former Pirates gearMarlins catcher Ronny Paulino is not exactly the slimmest slugger on the roster. Like a trophy housewife he often struggles with his weight, and decided to take the easy way out and get some pharmaceutical help. That's his story anyway. Paulino claims the w ... More >>
It's Ibanez's world and we're all just trying to live in it.Sitting next to a beautiful woman for 12 hours in first class on an airplane is the perfect situation. You want to avoid boredom, so small-talk is perfectly acceptable. And she can't walk away because she has to remain seated and buckled pe ... More >>
It's like deja vu. Alex Rodriguez, a baseball superstar, got caught in a banned substance scandal and tried to claim that he didn't know exactly what he was putting in his body, but some guy in Miami told him to do it. Now, Manny Ramirez, a baseball superstar, gets caught in a banned ... More >>
WikicommonsDear Chicago, please trade us Derrick Rose for Michael Beasley...Dear Memphis, please trade us O.J. Mayo for Michael Beasley...Dear New Jersey, please trade us Brook Lopez for Michael Beasley...Dear Minnesota, please trade us Kevin Love for Michael Beasley...Dear L.A. (no, the other L.A.) ... More >>
Excuse me for covering this Best Actor Oscar race like a political election, but I need some horse race drama in my blogging life, and the 2010 elections are just so far --too far-- away. That being said, the Golden Globes are kind of like the 2008 Florida democratic primary. They don't really matte ... More >>
The steroid scandal keeps injecting Palm Beach County.
Former veep tracks musicians' drug use, world yawns.
A Miami rider broke from the pack and admitted to drug use in cycling
Even if this anabolic steroid is only a support drug in the war on HIV, why take it off the market?
That's the motto among gay men in Miami Beach who have fueled a rage for illegal steroids -- health considerations be damned