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 >>
On Monday, New Times released an investigation into Biogenesis, a local anti-aging firm run by Tony Bosch. Records obtained by New Times suggest Bosch was selling performance enhancing drugs to a number of professional athletes; throughout the week, we've been posting those records as they pertain t ... 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 >>
ESPN.comYankee third baseman Alex Rodriguez is finally playing hero in the post-season. That whole notion of A-Rod-can't-hit-in-the-clutch seems but a distant dream this October. Ditto for the steroid revelations that dominated sports pages this off-season and Spring Training. But Miamian Y ... More >>
Does Alex Rodriguez's latest admission vindicate a Miami trainer?
Photo via Paul Keleher's FlickrFor whatever reason, the press is eager to talk to Alex Rodriguez's cousin Yuri Sucart. Can't two primos inject unknown substances into each other without the media getting all up in their grill? Whatever happened to privacy, people? Sucrat has so far eluded reporters ... More >>
Yuri Sucart's Google search will never be the same again. On Tuesday, Alex Rodriguez held a press conference saying his cousin provided and injected him with 'roids. A day later, ESPN has identified that cousin as Kendall resident Sucart, A-Rod's right-hand man. His name has today's top rank in Goog ... More >>