A-Rod Is A-Fraud


A-Rod Is A-Fraud!

New York Yankee A-Rod Is A-Fraud after he admitted to the use of performance-enhancing drugs during a meeting with the Drug Enforcement Administration in January.

CelebNMusic247.com has learned about the shocking discovery that makes the Yankee organization look like fools.

Here is the drop on Alex Rodriguez:

A lawyer for former University of Miami pitching coach Lazaro “Laser” Collazo, who is charged with conspiracy to distribute PEDs, told The Associated Press that Rodriguez confessed to steroid use, citing DEA documents provided by the government to defense attorneys.

The Miami Herald, citing a written “report of investigation,” earlier reported details of Rodriguez’s admission Wednesday morning. Two sources confirmed details of the Herald’s report to ESPN.

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The Herald reported that the recently reinstated New York Yankees slugger met with DEA agents on Jan. 29 at the agency’s South Florida field office. Given immunity from prosecution, Rodriguez told investigators he had used banned substances between late 2010 and October 2012 — including testosterone cream, testosterone gummies and HGH — supplied by Anthony Bosch, who owned the Biogenesis of America clinic in Coral Gables.

According to the report, one such injection took place in the men’s room of a Miami nightclub.

“Rodriguez injected the HGH into his stomach,” the DEA report stated, according to the newspaper. “Rodriguez said Bosch told him the HGH would help with sleep, weight, hair growth, eyesight and muscle recovery.”

According to the report, Rodriguez was trained in tricks to beat a urine test.

“Bosch advised him to only use mid-stream urine for MLB drug testing,” the DEA report stated, according to the newspaper. “Bosch told Rodriguez not to use the beginning or the end urine stream.”

Bosch has pleaded guilty in the case and is cooperating with the prosecution.

Rodriguez has publicly denied any use of banned substances during his time with the Yankees, which began in 2004. In 2009, the Yankees third baseman admitted to using PEDs while with the Texas Rangers in 2001.

Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig suspended Rodriguez for 211 games in August 2013 for violations of the sport’s drug agreement and labor contract. The penalty was cut to the 2014 season in January by arbitrator Fredric Horowitz.

Rodriguez proclaimed his innocence and sued in federal court then withdrew the suit and accepted the penalty.