On Saturday New York Yankee baseball player Alex Rodriguez’s drug suspension was cut to 162 games from 211 by arbitrator Fredric Horowitz for his involvement in MLB’s Biogenesis scandal.
Well last night the guy who gave him all the drugs did an interview with "60 Minutes"...
New York Yankee baseball player Alex Rodriguez's drug suspension has been cut to 162 games from 211 by arbitrator Fredric Horowitz for his involvement in MLB's Biogenesis scandal.
The decision from Horowitz means that the third baseman will be sidelined the entire 2014 season...
As far as baseball beanings go, it was as deliberate as it gets. Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster threw four straight pitches trying to bean the Yankees' Alex Rodriguez, finally succeeding on the fourth, and the only person umpire Brian O'Nora threw out was New York manager Joe Girardi who came out to argue. Hmmm, think baseball's trying to send a message?
After all but accusing Major League Baseball and the New York Yankees of colluding to get rid of him and his $275 million contract, Alex Rodriguez may have dug himself a hole he'll never get out of.
What kind of hole? Think Jimmy Hoffa.