Mets’ Beltran, Reyes say feds probing doctor’s HGH ties

Mets center fielder Carlos Beltran and shortstop Jose Reyes told the New York Daily News that the FBI’s investigation into Canadian sports physician Tony Galea is focused on HGH.

Beltran and Reyes are among the players the FBI already spoke with or plans to speak with about Galea. Both Mets stars claim they weren’t involved with the banned substance.

According to the Daily News, Galea has been charged in Canada with several crimes, including conspiring to smuggle HGH and the drug Actovegin into the U.S. In addition to Beltran and Reyes, the FBI also plans to speak with Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez and Rockies closer Huston Street.

Mets center fielder Carlos Beltran and shortstop Jose Reyes told the New York Daily News that the FBI’s investigation into Canadian sports physician Tony Galea is focused on HGH.

Beltran and Reyes are among the players the FBI already spoke with or plans to speak with about Galea. Both Mets stars claim they weren’t involved with the banned substance.

According to the Daily News, Galea has been charged in Canada with several crimes, including conspiring to smuggle HGH and the drug Actovegin into the U.S. In addition to Beltran and Reyes, the FBI also plans to speak with Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez and Rockies closer Huston Street.

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