Inside MLB's Biogenesis probe: Key players
The people involved in the MLB's Biogenesis investigation.
Bud Selig(Credit: AP / Mike De Sisti)
Major League Baseball commissioner, retiring at the end of the 2014 season.
Alex Rodriguez(Credit: AP / David Karp)
Superstar New York Yankees third baseman linked to PED clinic Biogenesis
In this Oct. 1, 2013, file photo, Rodriguez arrives at the offices of Major League Baseball for grievance hearing in New York.
Anthony Bosch(Credit: AP / Uncredited)
Founder of Biogenesis, under investigation by the Florida Department of Health
In this undated image taken from video and provided by 60 minutes, Bosch, left, talks with 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley.
Porter Fischer(Credit: Handout)
Biogenesis whistleblower whose car was burglarized for clinic records
Gary Jones(Credit: Davie Police Department)
Tanning bed repairman and convicted felon who sold records to MLB investigators
Jones is shown in his booking picture from the Davie Police Department on August 2, 2002.
Anthony Carbone(Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan)
Peter Carbone’s brother and owner of Boca Tanning Club, site of theft
Carbone, is pictured, right, at the Doc Fallot Memorial Suffolk County Wrestling Championship Sunday, Feb. 20, 2000 at SUNY Stony Brook.
Daniel T. Mullin(Credit: AP / Seth Wenig)
MLB investigative unit chief who purchased records from Jones
Mullin is pictured at MLB headquarters in New York, Monday, April 28, 2008.
Peter Carbone: Bosch associate who allegedly introduced MLB investigators to Gary Jones
Ed Dominguez: MLB investigator who was allegedly warned by law enforcement that the league should not purchase Biogenesis records
Daniel Halem: MLB attorney interviewed by Boca Raton detective in probe of possible criminality by the league
Det. Terrence Payne: Boca Raton police detective who investigated MLB
Jerome Hill: Florida Department of Health investigator who, according to report, warned MLB not to buy Biogenesis records