According to the Boca Raton police, Major League Baseball ignored repeated warnings that the records they sought in the Alex Rodriguez Biogenesis scandal were stolen and that they were not to purchase them. They did anyway and even though no MLB investigators were charged, there is “evidence of involvement” by MLB investigators in the theft of the documents.
Major League Baseball ignored repeated warnings that records they sought in the Alex Rodriguez Biogenesis scandal had been stolen and that they were not to purchase them, according to Florida investigators and an April police report obtained by Newsday . . . Det. Terrence Payne wrote in his report that there was also “evidence of involvement” by “several MLB investigators” and three other men — two brothers from Long Island and a felon whom MLB paid $125,000 in exchange for the stolen records.