Jul 24, 2013, 10:32 AM EDT
I mean, all we’re doing, apparently, is calling him a criminal:
And not just one of those “it’s illegal to use steroids without a prescription” criminals. We’re comparing him to actual mass-murdering crime lords:
Whether he realizes it or not, A-Rod is the Whitey Bulger of baseball, the most wanted criminal in the game’s history, more condemned by MLB authorities than Shoeless Joe Jackson and the Black Sox Eight in 1920, Pete Rose in 1989 or Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds in 2008.
Whitey Bulger is on trial for his involvement in 19 murders.
So yes, exactly like A-Rod.
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