• OTL: Biogenesis whistle-blower turns over docs

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Aug 22, 2013
    After months of negotiations and legal wrangling with the whistle-blower in the Biogenesis clinic scandal, Major League Baseball still hasn't pried loose documents he took from the clinic. Fischer blew open the Biogenesis case when he made available some of the clinic documents to the Miami New Times last year. Some of the documents presented to the grand jury date back to 2009 and include not only Biogenesis, but Biokem a previous clinic Bosch operated in the same Coral Gables office. But within the past week, Porter Fischer, the clinic's former marketing director, appeared before a federal grand jury in Miami and turned over the records, sources told "Outside the Lines." The initial disclosure, as well as documents subsequently obtained by "Outside the Lines'' from other sources, played a part in suspensions to date of 14 players, led by Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Braun, Nelson Cruz and Jhonny Peralta. The lone challenge has come from Rodriguez, who has mounted an all-out fight against his 211-game suspension.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • MLB Still Can't Get The Biogenesis Documents It Wants

      This week, Porter Fischer, the disgruntled Biogenesis employee responsible for the scandal first hitting the media, turned over company records to a federal grand jury. Records, it seems, that MLB investigators were unable to obtain, and may now never g…
      Source: deadspin.com

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