MLB starts interviewing players linked to PED scandal
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MILWAUKEE - The MLB has started interviewing players linked to their current PED investigation, according to CBS Sports. It appears they have not yet interviewed two of the biggest players in their sights, Ryan Braun or Alex Rodriguez, but that move is likely to come.
"Rodriguez and Braun are the top two reasons this PED case is attracting so much interest, and since they have been in MLB's crosshairs before, some have suggested they may also be viewed as the top two targets," said Jon Heyman with CBS. "MLB people declined comment on the case but have consistently said they will go wherever the evidence leads, no matter the player involved."
Braun said his name was only on the documents of the Miami clinic at the center of the scandal because he used them for consulting work.
CBS Sports reports that a decision on the matter, at least for Braun and Rodriguez, will likely not come any time soon.