Anthony Bosch, the onetime owner of a Florida clinic who admitted to supplying performance-enhancing drugs to Alex Rodriguez and other baseball players, was sentenced to four years in federal prison Tuesday.
Bosch's sentence was imposed by U.S. District Judge Darrin Gayles after Bosch pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute testosterone in October.
Bosch had been seeking more lenient sentencing terms. Prosecutors said there's a chance his sentence could be reduced if he continues to cooperate with investigators.
“This defendant was the most culpable in this conspiracy,” Gayles said during the sentencing as Bosch tried to hold back...