Is This the End of A-Rod?

Posted: April 13, 2013 by B in MLB, Yankees

The report from New York Times reporter Michael S. Schmidt continues to lend credence to the lengths Alex Rodriguez will go to deny his use of performance enhancing drugs. A-Rod has been linked to steroids since his time with the Texas Rangers and this latest report adds to the lengths A-Rod will go to cover his tracks. Schmidt alleges that A-Rod tried to buy documents from the South Florida anti-aging clinic to keep it out of Major League Baseball’s hands. In an unprecedented move, MLB purchased all available documents from the clinic to prevent other MLB players implicated in this scandal to follow A-Rod’s lead.

So what does this mean for A-Rod? Who knows…it just adds to the tangled web A-Rod has weaved over the course of his MLB career. In conversation with colleagues, who is to say that A-Rod hasn’t been taking steroids since he was in high school? These are strong allegations, but I wouldn’t be surprised about anything with him anymore. This is just the latest case of A-Rod stealing millions and not being held accountable for anything. How much is honesty worth? Does it matter? A-Rod still has 5 years and $114 million left on his record breaking 10-year $275 million contract. I guess money can by all the cover-up you want, but the truth will always set you free.

Here is the link to Schmidt’s New York Times article.

  1. Ru-daddy says:

    SMH, poor A-roid. He juiced up made millions had what ever women he wanted. His life totally sucked.

    On another note just watch series finally of Sparticus pretty good on par with Brave Heart.

  2. Eman says:

    I hope the Mets come to there senses and trade David Wright to the Yankees for Arod 🙂

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