Biogenesis timeline: 2009-14

2009-10: Anthony Bosch listed as a doctor and vice president of Medical Hrt Inc. in corporate filings in Florida.

March 2012: Biogenesis of America is first registered with the Florida Secretary of State. Prior to that, Bosch operated a clinic at the same Coral Gables address by the name of Biokem.

April 4, 2012: Bosch listed his occupation as a "biochemist" in a report filed by Key Biscayne police after he was cited for an expired tag and a suspended driver's license.

April 2012: Biogenesis records indicate Bosch planned to travel to Philadelphia to draw a player's blood, although the records do not indicate why. The player is identified in records as "Clearwater" and is on the books for a $3,000 monthly fee.

July 2012: Bosch traveled to the MLB All-Star Game in Kansas City, where client Melky Cabrera, then of the San Francisco Giants, walks away with MVP honors. Game played July 10 at Kauffman Stadium. In records, Bosch indicated he went to Kansas City because he "needed to collect $17,000."

Aug. 15, 2012: Cabrera suspended 50 games after tests revealed elevated levels of testosterone. Cabrera's name appears in Biogenesis records.

Aug. 21, 2012: MLB bans Juan Nunez, a consultant to Brooklyn-based agents Sam and Seth Levinson, from major-league clubhouses and non-public areas in team stadiums. Nunez is cited for his role in setting up a bogus website Cabrera put forward in a presentation to explain his positive drug test.

Aug. 22, 2012: Bartolo Colon, then of the Oakland A's, suspended 50 games after tests revealed elevated levels of testosterone. Colon's name appears in Biogenesis records.

Nov. 7, 2012: Yasmani Grandal of San Diego Padres suspended 50 games after tests revealed elevated levels of testosterone. Grandal's name appears in Biogenesis records.

December 2012: Revive Miami clinic run by former Bosch associate Carlos Acevedo abruptly closes.

January 2013: Biogenesis of America closes.

Jan. 26, 2013: "Outside the Lines" reveals that MLB is investigating wellness clinics in South Florida as a source of PEDs to players, highlighting Bosch and his Biogenesis of America clinic.

January 29, 2013: Miami New Times is the first to report on records from Biogenesis, naming individual players associated with Bosch. "Outside the Lines" later reported on additional records and identified more players.

Feb. 1, 2013: A source tells "Outside the Lines" of Bosch making house calls to treat Alex Rodriguez at his waterfront mansion, and injecting the New York Yankees star.

Feb. 13, 2013: "Outside the Lines" reports that documents reveal a $1,500 charge from Biogenesis to Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers.

Feb. 19, 2013: The names of five additional Bosch baseball clients are reported from documents obtained by "Outside the Lines" -- Everth Cabrera, Jordan Norberto, Fernando Martinez, Fautino De Los Santos and Cesar Puello.

March 23, 2013: MLB files a civil suit in Florida's Circuit Court of Miami-Dade County, naming Bosch and five other individuals (Juanu Nunez, Carlos Acevedo, Ricardo Martinez, Marcelo Albin and Paulo Da Silveira), one of whom has since been dropped.

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."