In 2012, new MLB PED revelations alarmed the baseball world. Melky Cabrera, Bartolo Colon and Yasmani Grandal were all handed 50-game suspensions for testing positive for banned substances.
Two of those players were mentioned in a shocking exclusive report published by the Miami New Times.
Biogenesis, a small medical clinic located just a stone's throw from the University of Miami campus, was apparently just a front—they were, in fact, selling testosterone, HGH and other steroids.
Biogenesis closed its doors a month ago, and its owner, Anthony Bosch, completely disappeared at the same time.
A former employee of Biogenesis got their hands on several documents—the documents were clear in revealing that Biogenesis sold anabolic steroids and many other performance-enhancing drugs to dozens of athletes, including several MLB players.
We will take a look at some of the players who were mentioned prominently in the Biogenesis documents.
Note: All excerpts come directly from MLB.com or the report published by the Miami New Times. In addition, some players who have been mentioned in the report have never tested positive for PED use by MLB. Their inclusion in the report does not necessarily equate with guilt.