April 30, 2013: Bosch grants his first interview to "Outside the Lines" reporter Pedro Gomez, describing media accounts of his alleged PED distribution as inaccurate "character assassination ... I have been accused, tried and convicted in the media. And so I think have been falsely accused throughout the media. I've done nothing wrong."
May 23, 2013: MLB lawyers issued subpoenas in connection with prior civil suit filed in Florida's Circuit Court of Miami-Dade County, seeking records of Federal Express, AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile USA.
June 4, 2013: "Outside the Lines' reports MLB reached an agreement with Bosch for his cooperation in its investigation, and officials could seek suspensions for about 20 players connected to his clinic.
July 22, 2013: Braun accepts a 65-game suspension.
Aug. 2013: A federal grand jury in Miami began hearing evidence in the case centered on Bosch and his shuttered wellness clinic. The DEA coordinated the probe.
Aug. 5, 2013: MLB announced the suspensions of 13 players, led by Rodriguez. A-Rod was suspended for 211 games and later reduced to 162 in appeal.
Aug. 5, 2014: Tony Bosch and associates picked up by DEA agents and charged in "Operation Strikeout."