Mar 2, 2010, 3:15 PM EDT
Jose Reyes and Alex Rodriguez aren’t the only ones on the feds’ list. Turns out that Mets
center fielder Carlos Beltran spoke with federal investigators
last week about Dr. Galea, the Canadian doctor accused of selling unapproved
drugs, having his assistant try to smuggle HGH over the border and related nastiness.
According to the Associated Press, Beltran went to Toronto to consult with Dr. Galea
while he was sidelined with his knee injury last summer. He says he’s not worried about the investigation because he
didn’t do anything wrong. This jibes with everything we’ve heard from Reyes, Rodriguez, and Bud Selig.
As of press time there was no comment from Ian O’Connor, mostly because he’s been blinded by apoplectic rage the week’s events.
- And That Happened: Monday’s scores and highlights 34
- MLB suspends Jonathan Papelbon seven games for incident during Sunday’s game 42
- VIDEO: Jacob deGrom begins game with eight straight strikeouts to tie MLB record 10
- Bud Selig says MLB and players union will meet this week about domestic abuse policy 8
- And That Happened: Sunday’s scores and highlights 67
- Cuban slugger Yasmani Tomas to command $100 million? 30
- Bruce and Brett Bochy make MLB history 33
- Settling the Score: Saturday’s results 17
- Chris Davis suspended 25 games for amphetamine use (92)
- A few thoughts about the discrimination lawsuit against the Mets (91)
- Giancarlo Stanton diagnosed with multiple facial fractures and dental damage (91)
- Bud Selig can’t remember the last domestic violence incident in Major League Baseball (87)
- A couple of initial thoughts on the Chris Davis suspension (83)