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MIAMI - A lawyer for a former University of Miami pitching coach is seeking a wide range of Major League Baseball records for the coachs upcoming trial on illegal performance-enhancing drug distribution charges, including details of an immunity deal given to the New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez. Old Skool Vans Wholesale .Frank Quintero Jr. wants a federal judge to order MLB and the Miami U.S. attorneys office to turn over the records for the defence of the ex-coach, Lazaro Laser Collazo, in the case centred on the now-closed Biogenesis of America clinic. Quintero claims in a motion filed Thursday that his previous requests for the documents have been refused.The documents, Quintero said in court papers, go directly to the heart of the charges against Mr. Collazo and could show how much MLB has influenced his prosecution — allegedly by paying witnesses, buying stolen documents and influencing witness testimony.The full extent of MLBs involvement in the present investigation and the prosecution of Mr. Collazo is yet unknown, Quintero said.MLB said in a statement Friday: We have no comment beyond that there is absolutely no truth to these claims.A three-time AL MVP, Rodriguez served a season-long suspension this year for violating MLBs drug agreement and labour contract. He has admitted to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration he used steroids provided by Biogenesis and its former owner, Anthony Bosch, according to court documents.Rodriguez is expected to testify against Collazo and others if the trial goes forward as scheduled Feb. 9. Quintero said details about A-Rods immunity deal with prosecutors are important to the defence.Eight other current or former players, including Manny Ramirez, Ryan Braun, Nelson Cruz and Melky Cabrera also have been given immunity.Bosch, who pleaded guilty and is awaiting sentencing, was given a number of benefits by MLB in exchange for his co-operation. Court documents show these include paying his attorneys fees, protecting him from any player lawsuits and paying for bodyguards at up to $2,400 a day.In his motion, Quintero said evidence has surfaced through discovery provided so far that MLB provided Bosch with other benefits, such as more than $30,500 in child support payments and an undefined consulting job.Also facing trial in February with Collazo is Yuri Sucart, a cousin of Rodriguezs, and others accused of supplying testosterone and human growth hormone to MLB players and other athletes, including minors. The defendants have pleaded not guilty.Prosecutors have said Rodriguez has prominent role in the governments proof against Sucart.___AP Sports Writer Ronald Blum in New York contributed to this report.___Follow Curt Anderson on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Miamicurt Cheap Vans Old Skool . A lawmaker is hoping the buzz from California Chromes run for the Triple Crown might build support for a bill that would place the U. Old Skool Vans China . -- The Phoenix Coyotes have won three in a row for the first time in 4 1/2 months, and theyve done it just in time for the stretch run to the playoffs.Florham Park, NJ (SportsNetwork.com) - The New York Jets officially signed wide receiver Eric Decker on Thursday. The team announced that they had agreed to terms with the former Bronco on Wednesday. Reports have the deal worth $36.25 million over five years with $15 million guaranteed. Decker started all 16 regular-season games for the Broncos last season and set career highs in receptioons (87) and yards (1,288) while hauling in 11 touchdown passes from Peyton Manning. Cheap Old Skool Vans Wholesale. The 26-year-old wideout has spent his entire four-year career with Denver since being selected by the team in the third round (87th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft. Over 62 career games, including 44 starts, Decker has racked up 222 receptions for 3,070 yards and 33 touchdowns. ' ' '


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