Texas Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz reported to camp Friday morning and immediately addressed – to the limited extent he could based on attorney’s advice – the allegations that he was among the clients of a South Florida-based clinic that supplied Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) to a number of major leaguers.

“Guys, I want to be honest, but this is currently under investigation by Major League Baseball and I can’t really make any comment on it,” Cruz said before taking questions. “As soon as it is done, I will talk.”

Cruz then handled an array of questions about his emotions over the report in the January report in the Miami New Times that he had purchased approximately $4,000 worth of products from Biogenesis. In a notebook taken from the clinic, Cruz allegedly received the products directly from Biogenesis owner Anthony Bosch last May in Texas.

Cruz said he learned of the report a day before it went to press when his agents, the Sam and Seth Levinson, called him to inform him.

After the report was released linking Alex Rodriguez, Cruz, Gio Gonzalez and others to the clinic, MLB launched an investigation that is currently in progress. Cruz said he would speak with investigators if asked, but has not yet been asked to speak.

He acknowledged the possibility of the investigation causing a distraction for him this spring.

“It’s going to be hard,” he said. “But hopefully I can go through this as easily as possible.”

But when asked if he worries about the outcome, Cruz seemed to indicate that he would not be suspended.

“I don’t worry,” he said. “I know it’s going to be good.”