Found August 19, 2013 on The Nosebleeds:

Following last night’s drama in Boston stemming from Ryan Dempster beaning A-Rod (most likely intentionally), Rodriguez spoke with a hoard of media members in the visitors clubhouse at Fenway. When one reporter asked if A-Rod thought Dempster should be suspended for his actions, the Yankees third baseman – who currently is appealing a 211-game suspension from the league for PED use – gave about the best answer he could have. And, yes, he managed to go a dozen seconds without making you want to sock him right in the kisser. Savor it, people…that doesn’t happen too often. The post Alex Rodriguez asked if Ryan Dempster should be suspended, gives best answer possible appeared first on The Nosebleeds.

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