The man who started the investigation that took down Major League Baseball's Ryan Braun (and possibly Alex Rodriguez) has come forward to explain why he blew the whistle on an infamous Miami clinic, and says that there are plenty of other guilty athletes we still don't know about.
Porter Fischer is a former employee of the Biogenesis clinic and the source that opened the door to a January Miami New Times investigation tying Biogenesis and its owner, Tony Bosch, to several MLB players who are accused of using performance enhancing drugs. Bosch, who sometimes presented himself as a doctor though he is not, offered "medical" treatments to numerous athletes and allegedly sold several of them banned steroids and others doping drugs. The New Times story identified several MLB players by name, including Braun and Rodriguez.
In his first interview since coming forward, Fischer tells ESPN's Outside The Lines there are many more professional athletes who were "treated" by Bosch, and they are not just baseball players. He says the athletes — who he chose not to identify by name — came from the NBA, pro boxing, tennis, MMA, and college sports. He says he does not know of any NFL or NHL players who used the clinic.