Dec 2, 2013, 2:30 PM EDT
That’s just a tease from a big, big, huge, giant article in New York Magazine about Alex Rodriguez and his battle with Major League Baseball. Nowhere in there does it ever get to why we should believe him, but along the way there are all kinds of those interesting A-Rod details that, for some reason, a lot of people just can’t get enough of.
For my part: who needs to believe A-Rod? I don’t. Nor do I think it matters. Even if he was lying through his teeth and took all manner of illegal supplements over the past years, the point is that a player shouldn’t get a 211-game suspension as first-time punishment under a drug program that mandates 50 games for a first offense. Even if the player is an ass no one much likes.
Crazy, I know, but it’s amazing what people think is fair based on whether or not you’re popular.
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