Found July 22, 2013 on
No Guts, No Glory:
Well, well, well. We have yet another rather entertaining story about Alex Rodriguez. This particular tale started yesterday when the Yankees announced that a MRI revealed a Grade 1 quad strain that would put Rodriguez on the shelf for 7-10 days.But instead taking the MRI as gospel, Rodriguez decided that he wanted to get a second opinion on his injury. And he also decided to not inform the Yankees of his decision to get a second opinion on his injury.The Post learned Rodriguez intended to go for a second opinion to Dr. Bryan Kelly, who performed his hip surgery last winter. However, general manager Brian Cashman told me he spoke directly to Rodriguez and was assured the one-time slugger is not going for a second opinion. However, after that, my source once again reiterated Rodriguez will indeed see Kelly, just he doesn’t feel like he has to keep the Yankees informed about seeing a doctor not employed by the team.That A-Rod is even considering a second opinion on something as relati...
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New York Yankees third basemen Alex Rodriguez is all but certain to be suspended by the MLB within the coming weeks regarding his affiliation with Biogenesis clinic. Arod could be facing more than the 50 games for first time offenders, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.
Rodriguez is only one of up to 15 or so players that will receive suspensions by MLB when they are announced...
Well, Major League Baseball is really trying to make an example out of Alex Rodriguez. Just yesterday Ryan Braun got suspended for the rest of the year which equates to 65 games. They are looking to take A-Rod's punishment to a whole new level.
According to a report from CBS, Alex Rodriguez is trying to make a deal with MLB baseball and if he doesn't make a deal, a lie...
Alex Rodriguez has reported back to the New York Yankees' minor league complex, three days after he was diagnosed with a strained left quadriceps on the final day of his injury rehabilitation assignment.
Rodriguez, under investigation by Major League Baseball for his reported ties to a clinic accused of distributing banned performance-enhancing drugs, did not speak with reporters...
When Ryan Braun‘s 65-game suspension was announced, many assumed Alex Rodriguez would be the next star to fall. That still may very well be the case, but A-Rod will not go down without a fight.
Rodriguez does not plan on settling with Major League Baseball for a lesser punishment and will appeal any suspension he may receive from the league, sources close to the third baseman told...
Alex Rodriguez will not return from the disabled list because of a Grade 1 strain of his left quadriceps.
Alex Rodriguez diagnosed with Grade 1 quad strain. He will not join the #Yankees on Monday and will remain on the DL. #MLB
— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) July 21, 2013
The New York Yankees slugger, who has missed the entire season after a second hip surgery, was slated to make...
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It has to say something about an athlete, or maybe more so a sport, that even when he is not playing he remains the story.
Alex Rodriguez has not played a single major league game this season and yet he is in more headlines then anyone. Rodriguez made headlines with his conditioning program, his tweet that he was cleared, and the...
It would be a shock at this point if New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez was not suspended for his alleged involvement with Tony Bosch’s Biogenesis clinic. The suspension is expected to come sometime within the next few weeks, but MLB fans are still wondering how strong of a statement Bud Selig is looking to [...]
If you had to bet which would you say Alex Rodriguez stands a better chance of doing?
Returning to form as a healthy player for the New York Yankees or avoiding a monstrous suspension from baseball?
On both fronts A-Rod appears to be trailing by five runs with two outs in the bottom of the ninth.
Really the only question now is how each of his games will end.
Is Rodriguez 38...
One down. How many to go?
Brewers superstar Ryan Braun was the first victim of Major League Baseball’s investigation into the Biogenesis of America clinic, as the league suspended him on Friday for the remainder of the season without pay.
Now the focus has shifted to Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez.
The evidence against the 14-time All-Star is ”far beyond” what the...
Originally, this post was going to be kind of an open letter to MLB and Commissioner Bud Selig.
It would have been something like, "Dear MLB, please quit dragging this process out and just suspend Alex Rodriguez. Enough with the leaks to the press about suspensions to come. Enough with A-Rod coming up with more injuries to extend his stay on the disabled list. Put us all...
Ryan Braun decided not to appeal his suspension that will keep him out of the game for the rest of the 2013 season, but when Alex Rodriguez‘s day comes, he may not take his sentence without putting up a fight.
Nick Cafardo from the Boston Globe joined Tom Caron to discuss the implications of Braun’s suspension noting that just because the Brewers’ slugger accepted his fate...
@Mets: Don't forget to stretch those quads before coming out to CitiField! Game starts at 7:10... See you there! pic.twitter.com/YpZCdWan8A
— New York Mets (@Mets) July 22, 2013
Of course, the Yankees lost Derek Jeter to a strained quad in his first game of the season after breaking his ankle last October, and they lost Alex Rodriguez to a strained quad this weekend...