Jul 9, 2013; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun (8) during the first inning against the Cincinnati Reds at Miller Park. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Bud Selig "Proud Of" Biogenesis Investigation

Major League Baseball is trying to handle yet another blow to the league’s credibility with another steroid and performance enhancing drug scandal. The league and commissioner Bud Selig are currently holding off on handing down suspensions to players like Ryan Braun, Nelson Cruz and Alex Rodriguez till after the All-Star Break.

And while the league’s players being involved in another PED scandal might be considered a black mark for the league, Bud Selig is proud of MLB’s investigation in the Biogenesis scandal.

The former owner of Biogenesis, Tony Bosch, reportedly agreed to cooperate with MLB in their investigation. That investigation could result in the suspension of roughly 20 players. While that on it’s surface sounds great, it could be much worse and Selig could be playing with fire.

“The conduct of Major League Baseball with the Tony Bosch investigation is despicable, unethical and potentially illegal,” David Cornwell told USA TODAY. “Paying for evidence. Offering to pay for evidence. Intimidating witnesses. One thing we know: that evidence is unreliable.”

Tags: Alex Rodriguez Bud Selig Milwaukee Brewers Nelson Cruz New York Yankees Ryan Braun Texas Rangers

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