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Mr. Anthony Bosch

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Miami, FL ( - A year ..., 5 Aug 2014 [cached]
Miami, FL ( - A year after Major League Baseball handed down suspensions related to the Biogenesis steroid scandal, Tony Bosch, the defunct Florida clinic's founder, was taken into custody by Drug Enforcement Administration officials.
Video released by ESPN showed Bosch being escorted out of his home by DEA agents.
According to the Miami Herald, Bosch and six others were arrested and will be charged with conspiracy to distribute steroids.
Rodriguez's cousin, Yuri Sucart, an alleged go-between for the embattled slugger and Bosch, was among those arrested, the Herald also reported.
Bosch worked with Major League Baseball in its investigation.
MLB's entire case rests on a ..., 14 Jan 2014 [cached]
MLB's entire case rests on a glorified drug dealer in Anthony Bosch, whose testimony went to the highest bidder.
"They are so small that you could literally, while sitting in the dugout, take it, put it in your mouth and people are going to think it's sunflower seeds," Bosch said.
CBS' "60 Minutes" said it obtained text messages between Bosch and Rodriguez outlining their plans for when to take certain substances.
"It is equally troubling that the MLB-appointed panel arbitrator will himself be appearing in the '60 Minutes' segment, and that Tony Bosch, MLB's principal witness, is appearing on the program with MLB's blessing."
MLB issued its own statement about the appearance, saying Bosch "is not controlled by us and is entitled to speak however he chooses about his interactions with Mr. Rodriguez."
Pavel Datsyuk Youth Jersey . A ..., 14 Mar 2014 [cached]
Pavel Datsyuk Youth Jersey . A lawyer for MLB, Matthew Menchel, confirmed Wednesday the league dropped its case against Biogenesis of America, its owner Anthony Bosch and several other individuals.
The lawsuit had accused Biogenesis and Bosch of conspiring with players to violate their contracts by providing them with banned performance-enhancing substances.
Don't go Mike Francesa on me ..., 13 Jan 2014 [cached]
Don't go Mike Francesa on me and whine that Tony Bosch is a lying low-life and was paid by the commissioner's office for his testimony.
In a riveting report Sunday by CBS' 60 Minutes, we were reminded that baseball already had substantial evidence against Rodriguez and 13 other players before Bosch himself approached MLB.
The baseball investigators showed him his own handwritten notes, and Bosch reportedly unlocked the code behind each of the players' personal drug regimens.
The 60 Minutes report had a transcript of "hundreds" of incriminating text messages between Bosch, the founder of the Biogenesis clinic, and Rodriguez.
It showed a bank transfer from an account owned by A-Rod to Bosch.
"Try to use service elevators. Careful. Tons of eyes," Rodriguez texted Bosch on a road trip to Atlanta before one of their 2012 meetings.
When he refused, according to MLB chief operating officer Rob Manfred, Bosch said his life was threatened.
Scott Pelley, the 60 Minutes reporter, incredulously asked if Manfred was trying to say that Bosch feared A-Rod's goons would kill him.
The 60 Minutes report said A-Rod first approached Bosch a year later, asking him about another Biogenesis client, "What did Manny Ramirez take in 2008-09'"
Rodriguez, Bosch said, wanted to become the first member of the 800-home run club.
Anthony Bosch | ..., 5 Aug 2014 [cached]
Anthony Bosch | Clinic founder charged in doping scandal Clinic founder charged in doping scandal | News - KEYT
Tony Bosch surrendered Tuesday
Anthony Bosch
Tony Bosch, the founder of a Biogenesis anti-aging clinic in Miami, surrendered to the Drug Enforcement Administration Tuesday on a number of charges, including illegally dispensing performance-enhancing drugs.
Bosch turned himself at the DEA office in Weston, Florida, a spokeswoman for his attorney, Susy Ribero-Ayala, told CNN.
Earlier this year, Major League Baseball dropped its lawsuit against Bosch and the company the league claims provided performance-enhancing drugs to a number of players, including Yankees star Alex Rodriguez.
The league had agreed to drop the suit if Bosch cooperated in the investigation, according to published reports.
Its 14-page complaint named Biogenesis, its predecessor company and six individuals -- among them program director Bosch, others at the company, someone who worked at a sports agency, a former University of Miami baseball player and a "self-proclaimed chemist" who supplied substances.
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