After the Miami New Times dropped its big doping story—a story that implicated Alex Rodriguez, Nelson Cruz, Melky Cabrera, and others—on Tuesday, A-Rod did what anyone would have expected him to do: He denied everything in the story through a spokesman. "Alex Rodriguez was not Mr. Bosch's patient, he was never treated…
You didn't think the NY Daily News would give up all their secrets did you? Sure, they leaked plenty of juicy details from "A-Rod": The Book yesterday, but there's more where that came from.
A-Rod played in an intrasquad scrimmage today (he homered!) and answered the charges leveled at him in the New York Daily News today. Oh, I'm sorry—refused to answer that charges. Yes, that's what I meant.
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This "exclusive" photo was featured in today's New York Daily News on page 2 above the Mike Lupica column. Unfortunately, you can no longer find it online because A-Rod's people complained about it.
The one thing more alarming than A-Rod's steroid use admission is the odd, orangey-ness to his skin. Was the camera lighting messed up? Or is he just a tanning bed mutant from the planet Melanoma?