In an explosive interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes,” federal witness Anthony Bosch explained in detail how he helped Yankees star Alex Rodriguez cheat and beat the system to outsmart Major League Baseball and their anti-doping program.
Back in Jan. 2013, Anthony Bosch, founder of former South Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis, and longtime hustler with a fake medical degree, had likely provided banned substances to some of Major League Baseball’s biggest names including the New York Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez, the Milwaukee Brewers’ Ryan Braun, and the Washington Nationals’ Gio Gonzalez.
Ryan Braun accepted a 65-game ban for his ties to the clinic and apologized to fans. On August 5, a dozen other players connected to Biogenesis accepted 50-game bans while Rodriguez was the only player to deny the charges after receiving a 211 game ban.
During last nights interview, Bosch gave details of money paid , the amount of cheat drugs used , threats made and personal needle injections into Alex Rodriguez in his quest to be the only MLB player to reach 800 home runs.
Rodriguez has been suspended for the entire MLB 2014 season but this morning, his legal team is filing a new appeal.