Alex Rodriguez has met with three officials from Major League Baseball and told them he didn't receive performance-enhancing drugs from a Canadian doctor under federal investigation.
Rodriguez met Thursday in the Tampa area with Dan Mullin, baseball's vice president of investigations; Victor Burgos, who works in Mullin's department; and Dan Halem, a senior vice president in baseball's labor relations department.
The New York Yankees third baseman was accompanied by lawyers James Sharp and Jay Reisinger. Details were disclosed by a person familiar with the meeting who spoke on condition of anonymity because no announcements were authorized.
The Canadian doctor, Anthony Galea, told The Associated Press last month that he only prescribed anti-inflammatories to Rodriguez.