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A-Rod Expected To Meet With MLB Officials In Biogenesis Probe
Published July 12, 2013
Meanwhile, MLBPA Exec Dir Michael Weiner yesterday issued a statement that read in part, "The leaking of confidential information to members of the media interferes with the thoroughness and credibility of the Biogenesis investigation. These repeated leaks threaten to harm the integrity of the Joint Drug Agreement and call into question the required level of confidentiality needed to operate a successful prevention program." The union issued a later statement stating it has "no information about the source of the leaks" and "no information that indicates MLB is the source" (THE DAILY).