NEW YORK (AP) -- Alex Rodriguez isn't saying much about the news that the former head of an anti-aging clinic is cooperating with Major League Baseball's investigation into the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
The New York Yankees third baseman was among the players linked to Biogenesis of America founder Anthony Bosch in a January report in the Miami New Times. Bosch agreed this week to cooperate with MLB's probe, which could lead to suspensions for Rodriguez, Ryan Braun, Melky Cabrera and others. MLB hopes Bosch will provide information implicating players in the use of banned PEDs.
Rodriguez issued a statement Thursday in which he said he would comment when it is appropriate.
Now rehabbing in Florida from a hip injury, A-Rod says that, "I am working out every day to get back on the field and help the Yankees win a championship."