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Major League Baseball trying to obtain documents against Ryan Braun

Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig talks about MLB's policies against harassment and discrimination based on sexual orientation du
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig talks about MLB's policies against harassment and discrimination based on sexual orientation du

(WNFL) - Major League Baseball is reportedly trying to obtain documents showing that a public relations firm leaked information which tied Ryan Braun to Bio-Genesis and its alleged performance-enhancing drug program. According to media reports, the documents indicated that Yankees' star Alex Rodriguez obtained records from Bio-Genesis so Major League Baseball could not get its hands on them. Now, the New York Daily News says baseball has filed a petition ordering the P-R firm of Sitrick-and-Company to comply with a subpoena as part of an arbitration hearing in which A-Rod seeks to overturn his 211-game suspension for his ties to Bio-Genesis. Braun, the Milwaukee Brewers' slugger, took a season-ending suspension in July for being part of the Bio-Genesis scandal. Baseball officials reportedly contend that either Rodriguez or the P-R firm leaked the Bio-Genesis information to Yahoo Sports, which first reported Braun's link to the now-defunct Miami clinic. The Daily News report said the players' union promised to have A-Rod share any documents related to Bio-Genesis -- but it could not produce the records that were given to Rodriguez' P-R firm.

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