Found April 14, 2013 on
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Is New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez getting a fair trial in the court of public opinion?
English: Alex Rodriguez. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I think you already know the answer, but that doesn’t make it right.
MLB has already deemed A-Rod guilty of being a customer of Anthony Bosch’s Biogenesis clinic, which allegedly sold PEDs (performance enhancement drugs) to professional athletes. Add that with his past mistakes, and A-Rod was pretty much doomed from the start.
The problem MLB has run into lack of proof…. whoops. And guess whom they are blaming for the nonexistence evidence, A-Rod obviously.
Even ESPN‘s Outside the Lines reporter T.J. Quinn, admits that MLB has no physical evidence tied to A-Rod but reported that sources familiar with the investigation, or connected with Biogenesis told him the following:
Sources told “Outside the Lines” that the former Biogenesis of America employee, Michael Porter Fischer, left the company in September after a falling out with Bosch. Fischer, t...
BEST OF MAXIM
New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez vehemently denies having any connection to Anthony Bosch and his Biogenesis of America clinic, which has been connected to
English: Alex Rodriguez in 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
distributing performance-enhancing drugs to professional athletes.
Well, MLB has been on mission to find out the truth and crossed what some see as an ethically fine line...
A report from the New York Times claims someone in A-Rod's camp tried to buy documents from the Biogenesis Clinic for purposes of keeping them from MLB.
WHAT A HIPSTER
Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that third baseman Alex Rodriguez has been cleared to “run slowly on a treadmill” as he continues rehab from hip surgery.
It isn’t news that Artie Lange is funny or that Yankees fans are starting to dislike Alex Rodriguez, but when the lifelong Yankees fan Lange was asked about his team’s third baseman recently, it turned into an epic rant that has to be seen and heard to be believed.
Lange spoke about the ridiculousness of bringing an overweight child to an expensive Yankees games while A-Rod...
There’s a saying that the cover-up is always worse than the crime. If you believe that adage plus a report from The New York Times, then you would be led to conclude that Alex Rodriguez is guilty when it comes to his alleged involvement with the Biogenesis clinic in Florida.
The New York Times reported on Thursday that MLB has paid some former Biogenesis employees for documents...
The bench-clearing brawl between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres on Thursday night was one of the more heated scrums in baseball history, but these all-out fights are nothing new to Red Sox fans.
The Yankees and Red Sox rivalry is not only one of the most famous, it is also one of the fiercest. From Jimmy Piersall fighting in the tunnel before the first pitch was...
According to a story via USA Today Sports, the New York times is reporting that New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, purchased the documents linked to the latest Major league Baseball steroid scandal involving a Miami clinic.
New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez purchased potentially incriminating documents from a person connected to a South Florida-based anti-aging...
Alex Rodriguez made a rare appearance at Yankee Stadium on Saturday — one day after the controversial third baseman was linked to a Major League Baseball investigation that he allegedly purchased documents that link him to the Biogenesis clinic that was a source of banned drugs.
It was also less than twenty-four hours after the rehabbing, $114 million Yankee player was photographed...
Alex Rodriguez doesn’t have a care in the world. Paying off the steroid dealers, collecting millions from the Yankees for doing nothing and chilling with his former WWE girlfriend.
It must be nice, to be A-Rod these days.
Believe it or not, he is still owed over $100 million and has let it be known, he plans to collect every single penny. Can’t be mad at him for that, no...
Joe Girardi says he has no plans to address his players about reports that Alex Rodriguez allegedly tried to buy clinic documents in the Biogenesis scandal in order to get rid of evidence.
The New York Yankees manager made it clear that the latest flap involving his rehabbing third baseman is something he will distance from his club.
"It's an MLB issue," Girardi said...
ADD DESTROYING CRIMINAL EVIDENCE TO A-ROD’S RAP LIST?
On Friday afternoon, Michael Schmidt of the New York Times broke the story and identified Alex Rodriguez as the player who allegedly purchased documents from a former employee of Biogenesis of America in an attempt to destroy evidence linking him to the anti-aging clinic’s distribution of performance-enhancing drugs.
While his team is taking the field in less than ideal weather conditions (it was 42 degrees at gametime Friday), New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez is re-habbing in Miami.
Shirtless and poolside.
Despite rumors they had broken off their courtship (or at least that "A-Rod" had a new lady in his life), the injured slugger was hanging out in South Beach...
OK, now I get it. Major League Baseball has finally become a kangaroo court.According to the Internet, MLB recently lost out in a bidding war over documents that it believes might incriminate evil Alex Rodriguez, tying him to a doping clinic. Thus, it has leaked to to the media another Arod-bashing avalanche of stories. How dare he buy those documents. Not fair! How can justice...
Felix Hernandez hits Alex Rodriguez with a pitch, breaks his wrist, A-Rod misses over two months.
J.A. Happ hits Curtis Granderson with a pitch, breaks his arm, Granderson misses two months.
A couple years ago, Alfredo Aceves hit Marlon Byrd in the face with a pitch, Byrd misses six weeks.
Zach Greinke hits Carlos Quentin with a pitch, Quentin charges the mound and breaks Greinke’s...