It’s lunch time and I find myself sitting at my computer reading an insider article on ESPN regarding the predicament Alex Rodriguez finds himself in after his general manager, Brian Cashman, publicly told him to “shut the f**# up!”
I can’t help but laugh, Cashman basically just spoke for millions of sports fans with one clearly frustrated and angry response. That aside though, the thing that jumped out at me from the article was a different line. It’s the line that reads:
There is almost certainly some sentiment in the organization that he’s been stealing their money through a form of business fraud, his past use of performance-enhancing drugs — and they have to continue writing the checks.
This is an issue that I have long felt very strongly about. The sentiment that the usage of performance enhancing drugs is a form of business fraud. Don’t get me wrong, it certainly is fraud. They are misrepresenting what they are capable of accomplishing on their own God-given abilities. Once t...