Alex Rodriguez, Nelson Cruz, Gio Gonzalez reportedly linked to PED in 2012


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Now we have smoking gun to indict A-Rod as who he truly is: A-Roid.  Yankees star Alex Rodriguez, along with former Chicago White Sox pitcher Gio Gonzalez, Nelson Cruz and Melky Cabrera are the four biggest MLB stars treated at a South Florida clinic where, according to a report in Tuesday’s Miami New Times, they received performance-enhancing drugs.

Records taken from Biogenesis, an anti-aging clinic near the University of Miami, indicate those players and many other athletes — all of whom have connections to South Florida — received various substances from Anthony Bosch, the head of the clinic, who is already under investigation by MLB and DEA.

The lab has been called the East Coast BALCO. And records of each player’s use are pretty indepth. They reveal exactly how much A-Rod and others paid for HGH, testosterone, various creams etc. The reports go on with more of the same about several other players, including Bartolo Colon, the Oakland A’s pitcher who was suspended 50 games in 2012 after testing positive for banned substances.

It’s possible that Rodriguez could miss the entire season. And it prompted Donald Trump to tweet something of common sense, instead of his rambling nonsense.

A-Rod should do the Yankees a a favor and never play again,” the Donald said.

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