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Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig talks to reporters before a youth event at Miller Park on Wednesday in Milwaukee. Selig said he couldn't discuss the investigation surrounding the now-closed Biogenesis clinic that resulted in a season-long ban for Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Mike De Sisti


By now, I imagine, a lot of you no doubt want to just stick your fingers in your ears and loudly chant "La-la-la-la" every time you hear the word "Biogenesis."

My advice: You might want to do that right now, if so.

Because, listen, the whistle-blowing employee who initially blew the lid off this thing isn't going away. And if you thought this was just about Lyin' Braun, A-Roid and a bunch of other baseball players ... well, apparently not.

Porter Fischer, the clinic employee who took Biogenesis' dark work public, now says there are athletes from the NBA, NCAA, professional boxing, professional tennis and MMA on clinic founder Tony Bosch's client list, and that some of them have been on the rolls since at least 2009.

Only one word suffices as a reaction to that.


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