NO ONE IS SURPRISED: A-Rod Admitted To Feds He Took PEDs, Injections From Anthony Bosch
When it comes to his freedom to play baseball, Alex Rodriguez will lie, cheat, and steal to keep those $30 million checks coming. When it comes to his actual freedom, however, it turns out A-Rod will roll over and do whatever is asked of him.
According to The Miami Herald's review of court documents used in the Biogenesis case, the DEA asked Rodriguez if he took PEDs. He told them that Tony Bosch gave him "testosterone cream, lozenges laced with testosterone (aka “gummies”) and human growth hormone injections." In case you've been living under a rock, that's not what he told the rest of the world.
It is, however, exactly what Tony Bosch told 60 Minutes.
[Miami Herald] But in a Drug Enforcement Administration conference room back in January, facing federal agents and prosecutors who granted him immunity, baseball’s highest-paid player admitted everything:
Yes, he bought performance-enhancing drugs from Biogenesis of America, paying roughly $12,000 a month to Anthony Bosch, the fake doctor who owned the clinic. Yes, Bosch gave him pre-filled syringes for hormone injections into the ballplayer’s stomach, and even drew blood from him in the men’s room of a South Beach nightclub. And yes, the ballplayer’s cousin, Yuri Sucart, was his steroid go-fer.
A-Rod will not be prosecuted by law enforcement officials, though Major League Baseball probably will probably take a long, hard look at this new evidence that further proves Alex Rodriguez has been completely misrepresenting himself for the last two years (at least). We'd love to see him go back on Francesa and apologize for that impassioned mea culpa from last year. Maybe this time around, Mike would actually ask some real questions...
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