Originally written on Tireball.com  |  Last updated 11/17/14
New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez could be facing a lifetime ban from Major League Baseball for his involvement with the BioGenesis clinic in Miami, FL. Rodriguez has admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs while with the Texas Rangers from 2001-03. A-rod denies any use of steroids since then. Milwaukee Brewers star outfielder Ryan Braun was the first victim of Major League Baseball’s investigation into the Biogenesis of America clinic, as the league suspended him on Monday for the remainder of the season without pay. Rodriguez could be next, and his punishment could be worse than Braun’s according to CBS Evening News’ Jim Axelrod. The source told Axelrod that Rodriguez could be facing a lifetime ban. The evidence against the 14-time All-Star is ”far beyond” what the league had against Braun, according to ESPN.com. ESPN.com is also reporting that Rodriguez could very likely face a suspension similar to Braun’s. Rodriguez is said to be trying to make a deal with the commissi...
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3 Comments:
  • If it's to be then so be it. He can join the rest of the liars who will never enter the Hall of Fame now. Not just because they cheated but because they also lied like 5 year olds with their hands caught in the cookie jar. The list of liars now includes McGwire, Sosa, Palmiero, Clemens and now ARod. Good riddance to every last one of these phony losers.
  • If Pete Rose was booted out of baseball for gambling, these guys should be also, if you break the rules, you pay the consequences.
  • So long Dumbass!!
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