Publicly, Alex Rodriguez insisted he was clean. Privately, talking to prosecutors and DEA agents after a grant of immunity, Rodriguez told how he spent $12,000 a month on Antonio Bosch’s concoctions.
Publicly, Alex Rodriguez insisted he was clean. Privately, talking to prosecutors and DEA agents after a grant of immunity, Rodriguez told how he spent $12,000 a month on Antonio Bosch’s concoctions. Patrick Semansky AP
Publicly, Alex Rodriguez insisted he was clean. Privately, talking to prosecutors and DEA agents after a grant of immunity, Rodriguez told how he spent $12,000 a month on Antonio Bosch’s concoctions. Patrick Semansky AP

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