MIAMI - A lawyer for the University of Miamis former pitching coach said Wednesday that Alex Rodriguez admitted to federal investigators he used steroids supplied by the owner of a now-closed South Florida clinic. Yeezy 700 v2 Fake .Attorney Frank Quintero Jr., who represents Lazaro Laser Collazo in his defence against charges of conspiracy to distribute performance-enhancing drugs, told The Associated Press that the New York Yankees third baseman confessed to steroids use, according to Drug Enforcement Administration documents provided by the government to defence lawyers.The Miami Herald first reported Rodriguezs admission Wednesday, saying he met with DEA agents on Jan. 29 at the agencys South Florida field office. Given a grant of immunity from prosecution, Rodriguez told investigators he did use banned substances between late 2010 and October 2012 supplied by Anthony Bosch, who owned the Biogenesis of America clinic in Coral Gables.Rodriguez has publicly denied any use of banned substances during his time with the Yankees, which began in 2004.The three-time AL MVP acknowledged in 2009 that he using performance-enhancing drugs while with Texas from 2001-03.Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig suspended Rodriguez for 211 games in August 2013 for violations of the sports drug agreement and labour contract, and the penalty was cut to the 2014 season in January by arbitrator Fredric Horowitz.Rodriguez proclaimed his innocence and sued in federal court, then withdrew the suit and accepted the penalty.The Herald reported Bosch told the DEA that A-Rod agreed to pay for steroids for 20 Biogenesis customers after the clinic closed to keep Bosch from talking about his involvement. That could prompt MLB to investigate whether Rodriguez could be suspended again under the sports drug agreement for violations related to the sale and distribution of PEDs, which are separate from the prohibitions on personal use.An attorney for Rodriguez did not immediately respond to a telephone call seeking comment. The Yankees declined comment.The DEA report is among the evidence federal prosecutors have assembled against Rodriguez cousin Yuri Sucart, Collazo and others accused of supplying testosterone and human growth hormone to MLB players and other athletes linked to Biogenesis.Quintero told the AP he has a copy but cannot release it under federal evidence rules.I can for your report confirm that the report by the Herald is accurate as to what Rodriguez said, Quintero said in an email. I dont have a dog in this fight. My client has no involvement with ANY major league players concerning the use of banned substances.Neither the DEA nor the Miami U.S. Attorneys office commented. However, in a separate public court filing, prosecutors made clear Rodriguez would be a star witness if the case against Sucart and the others goes to trial. It is currently set to begin Feb. 9 in Miami federal court.Rodriguez has a prominent role in the governments proof of the ... conspiracies to distribute testosterone and human growth hormone, the prosecutors wrote.In addition to A-Rod, Manny Ramirez, Ryan Braun, Melky Cabrera, Nelson Cruz, Francisco Cervelli, Yasmani Grandal, Cesar Puello and Jordany Valdespin have been granted immunity by the federal government, the Herald reportedIn their filing, prosecutors said Rodriguez paid Sucart $900,000 and provided him and his family with medical insurance, a vehicle and a house in return for Sucarts silence regarding Rodriguezs use of banned substances.According to the Herald, the DEA report goes into great detail about how Rodriguez paid Bosch for testosterone cream and lozenges known as gummies and human growth hormone injections into the players stomach. Bosch has pleaded guilty in the case and is co-operating in the prosecution of the other men.Rodriguez said Bosch told him the HGH would help with sleep, weight, hair growth, eyesight and muscle recovery, the newspaper quoted the DEA report as saying. Bosch also gave Rodriguez tips on how to avoid detection in MLB drug tests.Rodriguez told agents it was Sucart who introduced him in 2010 to Bosch, who falsely posed as a physician nicknamed Dr. T. Rodriguez paid mainly in cash and Bosch promised secrecy, although he would eventually begin to co-operate with MLB and federal investigators.In the DEA report, the Herald said Rodriguez admitted he also helped pay for Boschs criminal defence, including $25,000 as a down payment to retain one attorney.In total, 14 MLB players were suspended last year following the sports Biogenesis investigation. None have been charged with crimes.Rodriguez, who turns 40 next summer, played in just 44 games last year and hit seven home runs to increase his total to 654, fifth on the career list.He is owed $61 million for the final three years of his contract with the Yankees. He could receive an additional $6 million each for five milestones that the team designates as historic achievements.___AP Sports Writer Ronald Blum in New York contributed to this report.____Follow Curt Anderson on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Miamicurt Yeezy 700 Inertia Outlet . It was well worth the wait. Manning and the Denver Broncos waited eight long months, then another 33 minutes to get the season started because of a lightning storm. Cheap Yeezy 700 Magnet . Scotlands Greg Laidlaw made one of two penalty kicks and all three conversions, and Stuart Hogg added a try in the second half. 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Al Jefferson had 29 points and 16 rebounds, and Kemba Walker added 13 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists for the Bobcats, who at 38-38 are back at .500 for the first time since Nov. 23, when they were 7-7. Now Charlotte has a shot at its first winning record since Nov. 15, when the Bobcats were 5-4 despite not having Jefferson in the lineup because of an ankle injury. "Were heading in the right direction," Jefferson said. "Were a team thats playing well right now. Weve just got to continue to get better, and get ready for the playoffs. "Were right there, but weve got to take it one game at a time." Victor Oladipo scored 21 points and three others finished in double figures for the Magic, who despite having the leagues third-worst record (21-55) had beaten Charlotte twice in three previous meetings. But on Friday, Orlando faced the Bobcats without 7-foot centre Nikola Vucevic, who was a game-time scratch after he complained of soreness in his left Achilles tendon. "I went through my pregame routine, and it started to become more and more sore," Vucevic said. "I talked to the trainer, and we decided it was best for me not to go." Without Vucevic -- who had 24 points and 20 rebounds in the Magics 110-105 overtime victory over Charlotte on March 28 -- in the lineup, Jefferson broke loose for 21 points and 11 rebounds in the first half. Still, it took a big run in the second quarter for the Bobcats to take command, leading by as many as 19 points before taking a 53-36 halftime lead. Charlotte extended that lead to 21 points midway through the third quarter, going up 68-47 on Jeffersons jumper with 5:08 remaining, before Orlando began making a comeback. Despite shooting just 35.6 per cent from the field, the Magic cut the Bobcatts lead to 72-60 by the end of the third quarter, and pulled within 76-69 on Oladipos 3-pointer with 8:58 remaining in the fourth. Yeezy 700 Static Outlet. 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The seventh-place Bobcats begin a three-game road trip Saturday at Cleveland, with stops in Washington on April 9 and Boston on April 11, as the near their first playoff appearance since 2010. "Its been a long time coming," Walker said. "Its very satisfying. Weve been through a lot of ups and downs this season, but weve stuck with things as a team. Its exciting, especially to get to this point." Notes: Bobcats F Josh McRoberts sat out his second straight game recuperating from a sprained left ankle. Clifford said that McRoberts would take the next two days off, and may resume practice Monday. ... Charlotte got a scare late in the first quarter when Michael Kidd-Gilchrist went down hard after having his layup blocked. Kidd-Gilchrist, who missed seven games with ankle problems earlier this season, was listed as "questionable" by team officials for the rest of the game with a bruised back, but he returned to play the second half. ... 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