To discuss his relationship with Canadian doctor, Anthony Galea, who is currently under investigation following drug (HGH, Actovegin) charges from last October, Yankees third baseman, Alex Rodriguez, will meet with federal agents on Friday, in Buffalo. A-Rod could presumably miss the game against the Phillies that day – it is at 7:05 pm [...]
From Michael Schmidt (NY Times):
The commissioner’s office has decided not to discipline Alex Rodriguez in light of its investigation into whether he lied about his use of performance-enhancing drugs in a meeting with baseball officials in March, according to people in baseball with knowledge of the matter.
From the AP:
An appeals court ruled Wednesday that federal agents were wrong to seize the infamous drug list and samples of 104 Major League Baseball players who allegedly tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003.In a 9-2 vote, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with three lower court judges who chastised [...]
Michael Schmidt at the NY Times has the story. Apparently, both David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez were on the same list that A-Rod was on in 2003.
The information about Ramirez and Ortiz emerged through interviews with multiple lawyers and others connected to the pending litigation. The lawyers spoke anonymously because the testing information [...]
Jorge Posada played catch yesterday, throwing 140 times at varying distances. According to Jorge, he’s feeling pretty good and is progressing nicely. Also, speaking of Jorge, he offered a “that’s pretty accurate” of his own, yesterday, when asked if he was one of the 104 players on the now infamous 2003 survey list.
From the Daily News:
One Yankees official said the team has no intention of coming to the party boy’s defense, and general manager Brian Cashman has not returned reporters’ calls, which is no surprise, the official noted.
“The ball is really in Alex’s court,” the official said, speaking on the condition of anonymity.
Two quick bits for your A-Rod fix (via WW):
Brian Bruney backs A-Rod and will continue to support him no matter what happens with the steroid allegations. Also, Scott Boras claims that Alex will issue a response to the SI story once he gets back from the Bahamas.
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