Names such as Alex Rodriguez, Melky Cabrera and even Ryan Bruan have surfaced in connection with a Miami Biogenesis clinic linked to performance-enhancing drugs. Add a Detroit Tigers prospect to that list, too. Cesar Carrillo, a right-handed minor league pitcher the Tigers signed last summer, is among those to have reportedly received PEDs from Anthony Bosch, the clinic's operator. Carrillo played college baseball at the University of Miami, and was Braun's road roommate for three years, according to Yahoo! Sports. Major League Baseball is investigating Bosch's claims of widespread PED dispersal. Carrillo pitched in 12 games between Lakeland and Erie last season, going a combined 3-6 with a 6.23 ERA while starting 10 times. He's made three career major league appearances with the San Diego Padres.
Detroit Tigers prospect Cesar Carrillo among players who allegedly received PEDs from Miami clinic
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