More names are involved than those previously released.
There are new names coming in the Biogenesis case. They are not big names. They are not superstars. Neither matters. More than anything, this embodies the great frustration of the scandal that has clenched its jaws on baseball and refuses to yield: until final judgment is rendered, a thousand great unknowns hang over the sport, haunt it, sap it of energy like a battery-draining app.
Sources this week told Yahoo! Sports the names publicly linked to Biogenesis are not the only major league players being investigated, and that, too, promises to be another storyline in a second half of the season. Not just who's going to be suspended for frequenting the Miami-area clinic that allegedly distributed performance-enhancing drugs. Or for how long. Or when. But who the mystery players are. And how their possible suspensions may affect the future of their teams.http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/And the worst part is its end is far from imminent. MLB hasn't even finished its interviews with players, sources said. Any hope of an expedited process is unlikely. Though there are already ongoing negotiations for suspensions, one person involved in them said: "They're not going anywhere yet." The league is stubborn. The players are stubborn. What a disaster.