Major League Baseball investigators believe Alex Rodriguez purchased medical records from a Florida anti-aging clinic suspected of providing performance-enhancing substances to athletes, the New York Times reported.
Prince Fielder hit two home runs and drove in five runs to give the Detroit Tigers an 8-3 victory against the New York Yankees, who have lost three of four games to start the Major League Baseball season.
The Texas Rangers took a 2-0 lead against the Detroit Tigers in the American League Championship Series as Nelson Cruz hit the first game-ending grand slam in postseason history to secure a 7-3 win in 11 innings.
Nelson Cruz hit a postseason record sixth home run and Michael Young drove in five as the Texas Rangers defeated the Detroit Tigers 15-5 to win their second consecutive American League pennant and a spot in the World Series.
Albert Pujols drove in five runs with a homer and three doubles as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 12-3 and headed home with the best-of- seven National League Championship Series tied at a game apiece.
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez received injections directly from Anthony Bosch, the clinic owner linked to supplying performance-enhancing drugs to several Major League Baseball players, according to ESPN.
Former National League Most Valuable Player Ryan Braun said he consulted with a Miami clinic operator accused of supplying banned drugs to Major League Baseball players while defending himself against doping charges last year.
Jon Jay, Albert Pujols and David Freese had run-scoring doubles in a four-run first inning in the St. Louis Cardinals’ 4-3 win against the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series.