BETHPAGE - Several Major League Baseball players, including Alex Rodriguez, could face suspension after being linked to a Miami clinic that allegedly sold performance enhancing drugs.

Biogenesis allegedly supplied the Yankees third baseman and 19 other players with human growth hormones. Rodriguez has admitted to using performing enhancing drugs early in his career.

Biogenesis Founder Anthony Bosh has reportedly agreed to cooperate with MLB officials, giving them the ammunition to go after the players linked to the clinic, including Rodriguez.

Baseball Fans at Batter Up in Bethpage worry their beloved game can't survive another drug scandal. They voiced disappointment for Rodriguez's alleged actions.

"A-Rod didn't live up to his contract, he had to cheat to get where he is," Anthony Zanni, of West Babylon, says.

The accused players could face suspensions of up to 100 games.