Bosch meets with Major League Baseball Commission and provides clinic data about players involved in the MLB illegal doping scandal.
By H. Nelson Goodson
June 8, 2013
Miami, FL - On Friday, Tony Bosch, founder and operator of the Biogenesis of America, an anti-aging clinic met with the Major League Baseball Commission (MLB) and provided documents indicating phone orders and shipments of performance-enhancing drugs to 21 players suspected of taking them.
Bosch began to testify against Milwaukee Brewer Ryan Braun, Yankee star Alex Rodriguez (A-Rod) and 19 other players in the league for taking performing-enhancement drugs.
The players are facing up to 100 games suspensions. They are expected to meet with the MLB Commission in regards to phone records and illegal doping drugs that were shipped to them by Bosch.
Both Braun and Rodríguez or the other players have not commented about Bosch's testimony, but they have denied that they ever took steroids to enhance their performance while playing baseball in the MLB.
The MLB is expected to decide whether to suspend the players within several weeks after Bosch completes his testimony.