MLB Getting as Dirty as Its Drug Targets

MLB Getting as Dirty as Its Drug Targets

Their mistake was overestimating Major League Baseball's leaders' preference for restraint, their distaste for ugly public dramas.

Biogenesis, Tony Bosch, Tony's dad, a new character with store-bought pecs and a spray-on tan named Porter Fischer who currently can be found raging against MLB's duplicity, the ballplayers who became clients and their many puppy-dog retrievers, all of them, they never thought MLB – Bud Selig, Rob Manfred, the 15 full-time investigators on the job, many others – would get this dirty.

Banging on doors? Rolling up in smoke-windowed sedans? Throwing grease money around? Flipping witnesses? Bringing muscle?

These are the guys are from Park Avenue?

After a decade of polite earnestness, Selig has unleashed what one insider called the most comprehensive investigation of its sort in the history of sports.

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