In May, we learned from the New York Daily News that Bosch was under additional pressure - the Florida Department of Health had sent him an unlicensed activity citation on 25 April, accusing him of practicing medicine without a license from 2009 through 2012 and asking him to sign a "cease and desist agreement". However, some relief arrived for Bosch after he agreed to work with MLB investigators in return for removing his name from its lawsuit and assistance with legal fees. MLB's lawsuit against Biogenesis is ongoing, after a motion to dismiss it was denied by a Miami-Dade circuit judge in late July.
Detroit Tigers : You have to be great to be taken highly at first base, and there are quite a few players who fit into that category. Over the last decade, Miguel Cabrera has been one of them, hitting the ball as well as anyone in that span, so it's understandable why he had a ADP in ESPN drafts this season. Big changes are in store going forward, however, as the Tigers are now rebuilding and Cabrera -- who turns 35 next April -- is having far and away the worst season of his 15-year career. This has an Albert Pujols -type of feel to it.