Under a harsh spotlightSports figures listed as clients in the personal notebooks of Anthony Bosch, who operated the Miami anti-aging clinic Biogenesis. The clinic was the focus of a Miami New Times report alleging Bosch supplied performance-enhancing drugs: Melky Cabrera: San Francisco Giants outfielder and MVP of last summer's MLB All-Star Game who, in August, was suspended 50 games for having elevated levels of testosterone. He led all of baseball with a .346 batting average when he was suspended. Cesar Carrillo: Former college pitcher at Miami drafted 18th overall by San Diego in 2005. Now in Detroit's farm system. Bartolo Colon: Veteran pitcher whose 2012 comeback with the Oakland Athletics at age 39 was cut short when he was suspended in August after his test samples showed a synthetic testosterone. Nelson Cruz: Texas Rangers outfielder has hit 130 home runs in eight seasons but had never been linked to steroid use. Yuriorkis Gamboa: Cuban-born boxer who won an Olympic gold in 2004 before defecting to Miami. Is 22-0 as a pro with WBA and IBF featherweight titles. Jimmy Goins: Strength and conditioning coach for the Miami Hurricanes baseball team the past nine seasons. Gio Gonzalez: Hialeah, Fla., native who won 21 games with Washington last season and was a Cy Young candidate. Yasmani Grandal: San Diego Padres catcher and former University of Miami player. Hit .297 with 8 home runs and 36 RBI in 60 games his rookie season. Was suspended 50 games in November for elevated testosterone levels. Wayne Odesnik: South African-born tennis professional who trains and lives in Weston, Fla., an hour north of Miami. In 2012, Odesnik was caught trying to bring HGH into Australia before a tournament and was banned from the ATP tour for two years. Manny Ramirez: Baseball All-Star and World Series champion suspended twice for using performance-enhancing substances. Alex Rodriguez: Miami-born baseball All-Star and World Series champion who admitted to steroid use from 2001-2003 while he played under a record $252 million contract with the Texas Rangers. In 2009, Rodriguez claimed he had been clean since then.