Oh, you thought Alex Rodriguez was done juicing? Might wanna think again
Alex Rodriguez, Gio Gonzalez, Bartolo Colon, Melky Cabrera, Yasmani Grandal, and Nelson Cruz are among the names mentioned in a report about a Miami clinic that has been distributing various performance enhancing drugs to athletes in several sports.
The Miami New Times broke the story about Biogenesis, an "anti-aging clinic" that closed up show last month. An employee handed over records to the New Times before Biogenesis closed, revealing that their real business was in selling performance enhancing drugs to various athletes under code names like Al Capone, Samurai, Felix Cat, and many others.
Anthony Bosch, the clinic chief, has been tied to other players who have tested positive for PEDs in the past, like Manny Ramirez.
The clinic's records reference sales of things like anabolic steroids, HGH, and artificial testosterone.
Big surprise: Players are still cheating.
For the next few months, we'll see a bunch more self-righteous writers use this to justify snubbing EVERYONE in the Hall of Fame voting, and we'll see MLB try to justify this latest batch of egg on their face.
Is it time to just say forget it, and just let MLB players take whatever they want? Or is the MLB's war on performance enhancing drugs worth the time and money?