With Ryan Braun the first fraud to fall, Bud Selig and Major League Baseball have their sights set firmly on their next target in the BioGenesis scandal – Alex Rodriguez.
The evidence is piling up as Selig’s investigators have uncovered a mountain of information dating back to at least the 2009 season. Sources told CBSSports.com that Rodriguez declined to answer the questions of MLB investigators when they interviewed him. It’s the same tactic Braun tried and he’s gone for the year. Expect A-Rod to get a lot more than 65 games.
As John Heyman reports, if Major League Baseball can prove drug ties “before and after his MLB interviews denying involvement”, he could get 150 games. If they can prove he encouraged other players to use or referred them to the Miami clinic, he will get more time. That could essentially be a death sentence on A-Rod’s baseball career. He turns 38 this week and a comeback in at least 2015 for a 40-year-old player with two bad h...