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Boras to Open South Florida Training Center

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How fed up is Scott Boras, one of baseball’s most powerful agents, with the accessibility of performance-enhancing drugs in South Florida?

 

 

So fed up that Boras intends to open a private multi-million dollar sports fitness center for his clients who train in South Florida by next year.

 

Boras won’t say it explicitly, but his goal is to protect his clients from people like Anthony Bosch and places like the Biogenesis wellness clinic.

 

Biogenesis, founded by Bosch, allegedly sold PEDs to Alex Rodriguez and a number of major leaguers, according to a report by the Miami New Times last week.

 

“There has been recently an unusual frequency of Latin players who have been subjected to rogue information and to...

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