NEW YORK -- Neither manager Joe Girardi nor GM Brian Cashman had anything substantial to say regarding the latest report on Alex Rodriguez, which alleges that the slumping third baseman sought help from Anthony Bosch, the director of the now defunct Biogenesis "anti-aging" clinic, during his struggles in last October's ALCS and was visited by Bosch in Detroit.
Girardi offered a "no comment" at his morning news conference when asked about the story, and Cashman told ESPNNewYork.com, "We didn't even know who Anthony Bosch was last October."
The scandal only came to light last January, when the Miami New Times published records allegedly obtained from a former Biogenesis employee which included A-Rod's name as well as the of Ryan Braun, Melky Cabrera, Gio Gonzalez, Francisco Cervelli and other major leaguers.
Reportedly, Major League Baseball is investigating the players ties to Biogenesis and may be considering mass suspensions. Cashman said the Yankees have not been notified of any impending discipline for any of their players.