For weeks now, not much has happened with Major League Baseball’s Biogenesis investigation. About a month ago, it was revealed that Tony Bosch, the founder of the Miami anti-aging clinic, had agreed to cooperate with MLB and reveal information to them. However, since that time, not much verifiable information has come out on the case.
However, according to one report, MLB may soon have the “smoking gun” it’s looking for in the investigation.
Former Biogenesis employee Porter Fischer will meet with MLB officials in Florida this week, according to TMZ. Fischer claims to have “detailed records” indicating that stars Ryan Braun and Alex Rodriguez, among other players, purchased performance-enhancing drugs from Biogenesis, says the report.
Fischer says he has documentation linking 100 ballplayers to PED purchases at the clinic, according to TMZ. The meeting was reportedly set up by his lawyer, Ray Rafool, and Fischer will be paid for his information as a “consultant.”