Without records taken from the Biogenesis of America clinic in Florida, the Biogenesis scandal and its resulting suspension of Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Braun and a dozen others may not have ever taken flight.
Mary Anne Catalano, the former lead assistant to a Canadian doctor accused of treating professional athletes with performance-enhancing drugs, avoided jail time as expected and was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation.
Investigators for Major League Baseball reached out today in an attempt to gain the cooperation of the former executive assistant to the Toronto-based doctor accused of treating professional athletes with performance-enhancing drugs.
Anthony Galea, a Toronto-based doctor accused of injecting U.S. professional athletes with HGH and other substances, is expected to enter a guilty plea at a hearing Wednesday in federal district court in Buffalo, ESPN.com has learned.
Conventional wisdom might have the Roger Clemens defense team hiring a well-connected Washington, D.C., lawyer now that pitching great has been indicted, but attorney Rusty Hardin brushed aside the possibility Friday. <
The attorney for Canadian sports physician Dr. Anthony Galea is encouraged by the recent string of denials from top professional athletes that his client incorporated human growth hormone as part of their treatment in healing from injuries.
These obviously aren't good times for Roger Clemens. But he isn't the only person in Houston whose life has been turned upside down since the Rocket was named in the Mitchell Report, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.
Questions in Wednesday's hearing that attacked Roger Clemens seemed to come from one political party, while questions that attacked Brian McNamee seemed to come from the other, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.