New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez admitted to steroid use in a closed-door meeting with federal officials in January in exchange for immunity from prosecution, even as he publicly continued to deny the charges, according to a report in the Miami Herald. Rodriguez, who played third base for the Yankees, last week completed his 162-game suspension, allowing him to play for the Yankees next season. The Miami Herald said it had reviewed a 15-page synopsis of Rodriguez's meeting with federal officials, in which he described how Anthony Bosch, who sold him steroids, gave him tips to avoid being caught by Major League Baseball's drug-testing program.
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