Over the last couple of months, there’s been plenty of talk surrounding Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees and Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers as their names were linked to the Biogenesis Clinic in Miami. After months of rumors swirling back and fourth, it looks like both players could be heading towards a suspension–which is the last thing any of their teams need to deal with.
Outside the Lines has learned that MLB is preparing to suspend Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Braun and others connected to Biogenesis clinic in Miam
— John Buccigross (@Buccigross) June 4, 2013
Sources tell @otlonespn that Biogenesis clinic founder Tony Bosch will testify against players; MLB preparing to suspend A-Rod, Braun, etc.
— Kaitee Daley (@daleysports) June 4, 2013
That’s right, it appears Tony Bosch, who was the founder of the clinic, is ready to testify against Rodriguez, Braun, and most likely numerous other players linked to the clinic–which means the 2013 season just got even more interesting. The league has been trying to make a connection between these players for quite some time and now that Bosch is ready to testify–it looks like only a matter of time before we see a handful of suspensions handed out to numerous star players.
Unfortunately, steroids has been a problem in baseball for quite some time and even though Rodriguez has been battling injuries–the last thing the Brewers need to deal with is a suspension by Braun when they’ve already been struggling this season. Stay tuned as details continue to come out about Bosch’s agreement to testify, but one thing is for sure–this could easily shake up the 2013 MLB season.
“Like” Dan Parzych on Facebook
Be sure to follow Dan on Twitter @DanParzych