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Biogenesis Scandal: Tony Bosch Charged by Feds UPDATED

5 years ago by Tim Elfrink
One year after Anthony Bosch's roster of Major League Baseball clients -- including hometown star Alex Rodriguez -- received a record round of suspensions for buying performance enhancing drugs from Biogenesis, his Coral Gables clinic, Bosch himself is finally facing the music. Federal agents have reportedly arrested Bosch and some...
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Biogenesis Chief Tony Bosch Is Free, Plans to Talk to Kids About "Nutrition"

3 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Today, Tony Bosch is a free man. After spending a little more than a year and a half in federal custody for orchestrating the biggest illegal steroid operation in pro sports history, Bosch walked out of a Miami halfway house yesterday.  So what's next for the onetime chief of Biogenesis,...
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Tony Bosch's Bond Revoked After He Failed Multiple Cocaine Tests

5 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Next week, Tony Bosch will be sentenced for his role in running Biogenesis, the Miami clinic that illegally sold performance-enhancing drugs to baseball superstar Alex Rodriguez and scores of other athletes. Instead of enjoying his final days of freedom on a $100,000 bond, though, Bosch will now await his punishment...
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ESPN Sources: Tony Bosch Injected Alex Rodriguez With Performance Enhancing Drugs

7 years ago by Tim Elfrink
In the wake of New Times investigation into Coral Gables clinic Biogenesis, both Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez and clinic owner Tony Bosch have denied any link to each other or to performance enhancing drugs.But a source tells ESPN's T.J. Quinn in a new report that the pair not only knew...
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Biogenesis Chief Tony Bosch Gets Four Years in Federal Pen

5 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Update: Shortly after Bosch's sentencing, Alex Rodriguez issued his first apology to fans for secretly buying banned drugs from Bosch for years. This morning, U.S. District Court Judge Darrin Gayles sentenced Biogenesis chief Tony Bosch to 48 months in federal prison and three years of probation upon his release on...
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The Gio Gonzalez Files: Every Mention of The Nationals Pitcher in Tony Bosch's Notebooks

7 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Hialeah native (and Washington Nationals Pitcher) Gio Gonzalez has issued a denial via Twitter that he has ever been associated with Tony Bosch's shuttered Coral Gables clinic, Biogenesis. Here's what Gio Gonzalez had to say: "I've never used performance enhancing drugs of any kind and I never will, I've never...
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Biogenesis Scandal: MLB Drops Its Lawsuit Against Tony Bosch

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
From the start, it was obvious why Major League Baseball filed suit against Biogenesis founder Tony Bosch and his partners. Months after New Times revealed how Bosch was selling drugs to ballplayers, MLB was still trying to get his records and the testimony they needed to suspend Alex Rodriguez, Ryan...
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Biogenesis Scandal: Miami-Dade Prosecutors Open Probe Into Tony Bosch

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
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 balance this week as he appeals his historic 211-game...
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Prosecutors Ask Judge to Cut Tony Bosch's Prison Sentence by One Third

4 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Just over one year ago, Tony Bosch's lawyers pleaded for leniency from a federal judge as he was sentenced for running a secret steroid ring out of his Coral Gables anti-aging clinic, Biogenesis. Bosch had turned snitch for the feds, they argued, helping to indict seven other co-conspirators, and had...
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Tony Bosch Will Plead Guilty to Steroid Charges in Federal Court This Morning

5 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Just two years ago, Tony Bosch was the go-to source for customized steroid cocktails for some of the biggest names in professional baseball. Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Braun, and Nelson Cruz all paid the unlicensed doctor thousands to cook up testosterone creams and lozenges that could beat Major League Baseball's drug...

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