Steroids have bruised the reputation of Major League Baseball yet again. A published report links Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez—and other major leaguers— to a Florida clinic that's described as the "East Coast version of BALCO" for selling performance-enhancing drugs to ballplayers. A-Rod has denied any relationship with the clinic—or its owner, but he already has a track record of lying about juicing, denying he doped before finally admitting to it back in 2009.
Baseball says it's investigating the allegations. CNN's John Zarrella has more on the story.
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