Alex Rodriguez was inject with PEDs directly by nutritionist Anthony Bosch as recently as last spring, an ESPN report says. (Photo : Reuters)
Alex Rodriguez may have denied using steroids administered by nutrisionist Anthony Bosch but questions about their relationship continue to linger as ESPN reported today that the Yankee slugger had Bosch personally inject him with performance-enhancing drugs.
Citing unnamed sources, the report says that as late as last spring Bosch routinely drove to A-Rob's Biscayne Bay mansion where he administered injections of HGH and testosterone into Rodriguez's body. During one such meeting Rodriguez became enraged and threw Bosch out because he couldn't find a vein to inject the drugs, sources said.
Bosch spoke openly about administering Rodriguez with the drugs, sources said, adding that they have seen documents written by Bosch that kept a scheduled log and drug regimen followed by Rodriguez.
The allegations were denied by Rodriguez's spokesman.
Bosch's attorney also denied the report and said that Bosch will not be speaking to the media about the matter anytime soon. He is currently being investigated by the DEA and Major League Baseball.
The report goes on to say that Bosch doesn't have a medical license, refuting his claim that he is a doctor. State corporate records also show Bosch has been involved in a number of business ventures some of which are now out of operation.
Today's developments are the latest that stem from a report published on Monday in the Miami New Times accusing Rodriguez of visiting Bosch's health clinic in Miami. The facility, named Biogenesis, reportedly had a slew of professional athletes as clients including Melky Cabrera, Bartolo Colon, Gio Gonzalez, Nelson Cruz and Yasmani Grandal.