Major League Baseball reportedly has more incriminating evidence against Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez than they had against Ryan Bruan regarding the use of performance-enhancing drugs. On Monday, the Milwaukee Brewers slugger, based on MLB’s evidence provided to him, admitted to violating the drug policy and accepted a suspension for the remainder of the season without pay.
ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” reported that the evidence MLB had against Rodriguez was “far beyond” what they had on Braun.
The evidence was collected after MLB investigated the Biogenesis clinic after the Miami New Times broke the story about the clinic and its founder.
Rodriguez, currently on the disabled list, may face a suspension of up to a year or more.