Nelson Cruz, shocked at his name coming up in PED allegations, spoke to the Washington Post on Feb. 15 about the situation. The Rangers' outfielder was reported to be in the record books of Biogenesis of America LLC.
Cruz said he wanted to speak up and talk about the situation but his attorney told him not to. He said he wants to be honest about the entire situation, but as long as it is under investigation, he can't speak to the press about the allegations.
However, what has Nelson Cruz shocked is that he knows he did nothing wrong, yet the silence is causing many fans to doubt his word. He said he will cooperate completely with the investigation but "it's going to come to good."
Major League Baseball is the organization investigating Biogenesis of America LLC., and according to ESPN, the DEA and FBI have not entered into any kind of investigation on the corporation. The state authorizes in Florida have also not indicated an interest in pursuing an investigation on the company either. It appears that MLB is in this one by themselves.
Since the law enforcement agencies are uninterested at this moment, MLB can't demand any documentation or anything else that can help their case against athletes like Ryan Braun, Alex Rodriguez and Melky Cabrera, who might have had dealings with the company.
According to the allegations, founder Anthony Bosch gave performance enhancing drugs to a number of players. Bosch has denied all allegations.