While all eyes have been on Anthony Bosch’s Biogenesis anti-aging clinic in South Florida, Major League Baseball investigators have quietly revisited the scene of another performance-enhancing drug scandal: Buffalo.
Sources familiar with MLB’s investigation into Bosch and his ties to two dozen or more players say investigators are looking at testimony provided to federal authorities by Alex Rodriguez and others in regard to the prosecution of Toronto physician Anthony Galea.

According to court papers, Galea’s assistant Mary Anne Catalano told investigators she witnessed Galea inject athletes with a mixture of substances. Catalano was arrested in 2009 after her car was stopped at the Peace Bridge border crossing in Buffalo, and authorities found human growth hormone and other drugs in her Nissan. Catalano told investigators that Galea had entered the United States on numerous occasions between July of 2007 and September of 2009 to treat 23 MLB and NFL athletes in New York, Tampa and other cities.
The New York Times reported in 2010 that Galea had injected Rodriguez with a cocktail of drugs on at least one occasion, although its ingredients were not known.


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