Anthony Bosch, founder of former South Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis, agreed to do an interview on CBS’s “60 Minutes,” and admitted to injecting performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) into the New York Yankees third baseman, Alex Rodriguez.
The interview aired the evening of Jan. 12. Bosch said he and Rodriguez scheduled specific times in which PEDs would be injected and Bosch disclosed that he went as far as to meet Rodriguez in the bathroom stall of a Miami nightclub to inject the drugs.
Text messages between the two men included exact times and dates when Rodriguez would be receiving the PEDs from Bosch.
When asked why he did things that he knew were illegal Bosch said, “I felt I had a responsibility to do it,” Bosch said. He also confessed that if he had not been caught he would still be doing it.
White Sox News- Keep Viciedo
The White Sox made the decision to make a one year contract with outfielder Dayan Viciedo for $2.8 million for the 2014 season.
Viciedo dealt with an oblique injury early in the 2013 season and finished with a .265 batting average and a .304 on-base percentage.
Serena Williams faced the intense heat in the Australian Open and enhanced her career mark at Melbourne Park to 60-8. The next opponent Williams will compete against is No. 31-seeded Daniela Hantuchovå.