Alex Rodriguez may still question the legitimacy of the records kept by Biogenesis of America founder Anthony Bosch even as a few of the other players named in the Miami New Times report, including teammate Francisco Cervelli, have admitted to dealings with the now shuttered Coral Gables, Fla., clinic.

But Rodriguez’s name, with a dollar amount next to it, has shown up in additional Biogenesis documents obtained by ESPN’s “Outside the Lines.”

One of the handwritten documents was a list of names and dollar amounts, presumably for services rendered. Cervelli, the Yankees catcher, Milwaukee’s Ryan Braun, and Melky Cabrera of the Blue Jays were also on the list.

A source said to be familiar with the documents told “Outside the Lines” the list was a listing of players who received performance-enhancing drugs, and there is “no other reason to be on that paper.”

One of the documents shows plus signs next to the players’ names, which are circled for players who paid their fees, a source said.