One year after Anthony Bosch's roster of Major League Baseball clients -- including hometown star Alex Rodriguez -- received a record round of suspensions for buying performance enhancing drugs from Biogenesis, his Coral Gables clinic, Bosch himself is finally facing the music.
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Federal agents have reportedly arrested Bosch and some of his associates this morning and charged them with illegally providing steroids.
Update: As of early Tuesday afternoon several others have been charged with illegal steroid distribution in relation to the scandal, including Lazer Collazo, a former UM pitching coach. Carlos Acevedo, Christopher Engroba, and Jorge "Oggi" Velazquez, Bosch's business associates, were also charged, as were A-Rod's cousin Yuri Sucart and Juan Carlos Nuñez, a former employee of ACES, a player agency.
Separately, Carlos Acevedo was charged with running a ring selling Molly, along with three other defendants, Giovanny Brenes, Jorge Canela,Jr., and Carlos Luis Ruiz.More »