CBS News provides the transcript.
Rodriguez's attorney, Joe Tacopina appeared on New Day on Jan. 13 responding to Bosch's interview on 60 Minutes, courtesy of CNN:
For background, Rodriguez was one of 14 players suspended for their involvement with the Biogenesis health clinic, which supplied them with illegal performance-enhancing drugs. Bosch was the founder of the clinic.
After Rodriguez's suspension appeal on Saturday, Jan. 11, resulted in a ban for the entire 2014 season, the New York Yankees veteran issued a statement, saying he "did not use performance enhancing substances" and he "will continue to work hard to get back on the field and help the Yankees achieve the ultimate goal of winning another championship."
During his interview, which aired on Jan. 12, Bosch claimed otherwise.
In addition to saying that he supplied Rodriguez with "testosterone, insulin growth factor one, human growth hormone," via 60 Minutes on Twitter, Bosch also revealed that he injected the third baseman himself:
Tony Bosch says he administered A-Rod’s performance-enhancing drugs: “Alex is scared of needles. So at times, he would ask me to inject.”— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) January 13, 2014
Rodriguez was also reportedly on a very strict schedule to ensure that he made it into "the 800 Home Run Club." Since he didn't inject himself, that led to Bosch making an injection in a bathroom stall at a nightclub, via USA Today Sports' Bob Nightengale:
Bosch also tells 60 Minutes that he injected A-Rod in the bathroom stall of a nightclub— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) January 13, 2014
60 Minutes on Twitter adds additional details to Rodriguez's drug schedule, which Bosch organized and planned for a hefty fee:
For $12K a month, Bosch says he tailored an elaborate drug schedule for A-Rod, timed to make sure he'd pass @MLB’s random drug tests— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) January 13, 2014
That was one way Rodriguez was able to beat drug tests. Another included taking gummies, which, according to Bosch, provided strength, energy and focus before games.
"And in combination with the growth hormone," Bosch said of the gummies, "that combination would make playing the game of baseball a lot easier."
As Nightengale points out, Bosch said the gummies were untraceable by the time games were over, so long as Rodriguez didn't take them after the first or second inning:
Bosch talks about the use of gummies that A-Rod and others would take before the game, and still be able to beat urine test after game.— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) January 13, 2014
In terms of proof, Bosch said that he has hundreds of BlackBerry "BBM" messages from Rodriguez. One, via 60 Minutes on Twitter, is of A-Rod asking about the gummies:
“Gummie at 1045am? Game at 1pm," reads a BBM the MLB says A-Rod sent to then-nutritionist Bosch. Bosch says gummies were testosterone— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) January 13, 2014
Lawyers have pointed out that none of the messages talk about performance-enhancing drugs, but according to Bosch, he and Rodriguez used code words:
Bosch says it’s because they used code words. He says the word cohete—(misspelled in the message) is Spanish for “rocket”—and that meant injectable drugs, according to Bosch. “Night cream” was loaded with testosterone.
Bosch said that Rodriguez trusted him because "I was very good at what I did" and that "it was almost a cake walk ... to beat the system."
He also said that he received death threats, and as a result, one of Rodriguez's "associates" told him to flee to Colombia and he would be paid $150,000 upon his return. MLB COO Rob Manfred talked more about the death threats, via Nightengale:
Rob Manfred on source of Bosch death threats:Some of them were associates of baseball players..some.were associates of Alex Rodriguez.— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) January 13, 2014
There were several different reactions to the gripping interview that featured several shocking details. Former star player Chipper Jones, on one hand, wasn't really interested in listening to Bosch's words:
Anyone watching 60 minutes?? Tony Bosch can kiss my ass!!! Ignorant statement after ignorant statement. This guy is crooked and a clown!— Chipper Jones (@RealCJ10) January 13, 2014
Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan, on the other hand, called the entire story "fascinating":
A fascinating case study of drugs, money and narcissism, all over something many believe shouldn't even be illegal in the first place.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) January 13, 2014
No matter how you feel about Rodriguez, Bosch or anyone else involved, it's hard not to find some bit of intrigue in all of this.
Unless otherwise noted, all quotes come from 60 Minutes.