Baseball's steroid scandal apparently isn't over.
Twenty major league players might be suspended for taking performance-enhancing drugs supplied by a Miami-area clinic, according to ESPN.
The list of names include Milwaukee's Ryan Braun and New York Yankee slugger Alex Rodriguez, who both could draw 100-game suspensions.
No Minnesota Twins -- former or current -- are on the list of names published on ESPN.com.
Tony Bosch, founder of the now-shuttered Biogenesis of America clinic that allegedly supplied the PEDs to the players, is reportedly cooperating with Major League Baseball.
Braun, the 2011 National League MVP, was asked about the report Tuesday night, but refused comment.