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We could see more suspensions from the Biogenesis scandal

If you are not following ESPN’s T.J. Quinn (and I’ll admit that I don’t), this could have slipped by you. Well, until you see the now infamous word: Biogenesis. You might have caught if you’re one to periodically search for Biogenesis on Twitter.

That said, according to Quinn’s Twitter timeline…

Bosch reportedly surrendered to DEA officials this morning. (Quinn has a pic on his timeline.)

Oh, there’s more. Quinn also tweets that a total of ten individuals were arrested, including Bosch, that were associated in some shape or form with the now-shuttered clinic. But the news doesn’t end there. Oh, no. That alone would almost deem this post unnecessary.

The following might be bigger news. Quinn also has this… 

Of course, the most famous (or infamous, if you choose) to be ensnared in the scandal is that of Alex Rodriguez. A number of players – including Jhonny Peralta, Ryan Braun and Nelson Cruz – served suspensions last season due to their involvement with Bosch and/or Biogenesis. Could be a busy, yet, frustrating remainder of Tuesday for those in the MLB offices as the sport attempts to rid itself of PED users.

You can be assured that MLB officials will be diligently pay attention to the action surrounding these arrests. Their collective ears will be honing in on those “previously unnamed MLB players”. Should more player names come to light, the BALCO scandal will be overshadowed, if it hasn’t been already.

That is, until the next “clinic” is brought down.

And the irony among all ironies?

Happy anniversary!

(Call to MLB Trade Rumors)

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