A-Rod Is A Druggie

By / February 7, 2009 / Uncategorized

You have to wonder if Derek Jeter knew this report would be coming out.

The very week the team captain claims Alex Rodriguez has the support of the New York Yankees, a report on SI.com comes out that A-Rod tested positive for anabolic steroids, testosterone and Primobolan

Does it really matter if it was back in 2003 when he was with the Texas Rangers? Of course it does! He accomplished a lot that year.

Rodriguez led the American League in home runs, runs scored, and slugging percentage. I cannot forget to mention he won his first Most Valuable Player award that year, the Silver Slugger award, and his second Gold Glove award.

Naturally, Scott Boras and the Players Union will come to his defense. A-Rod told a reporter to go talk to the Union because he had nothing to say on the matter.

Somebody call Cynthia. I’m sure they can get all the information from her. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

So now the question comes out:

  1. How long has he been on steroids?
  2. Was the hype surrounding him really true or was it just the steroids that created the hype?
  3. The contracts he signed, did the teams pay for a player or for steroids?

Another drama for the Yankees to endure during Spring Training. Poor guys! While I do loathe the Yankees, I have to say I feel bad for a Jeter and a Mariano Rivera who will undoubtedly have to answer questions about this.

A-Rod, you are without a shadow of a doubt, A-Fraud

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6 Comments

Ed Leyro

A-Roid (as I will call him now) knew that he could opt out of his contract with the Rangers after the 2003 season. How interesting that 2003 was the year he failed the drug test. I remember watching an episode of 60 Minutes last year or the year before where he said he had never taken steroids because he never felt overpowered enough by any pitchers to feel the need to take them. That’s reminiscent of Rafael Palmeiro’s finger wagging statement to Congress. Let’s see what Tweedledum and Tweedledumber (Hank & Hal Steinbrenner) have to say about this one. Oh, there’s going to plenty of distractions around the Yankee clubhouse this year…

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Ed Leyro

A-Roid (as I will call him now) knew that he could opt out of his contract with the Rangers after the 2003 season. How interesting that 2003 was the year he failed the drug test. I remember watching an episode of 60 Minutes last year or the year before where he said he had never taken steroids because he never felt overpowered enough by any pitchers to feel the need to take them. That’s reminiscent of Rafael Palmeiro’s finger wagging statement to Congress. Let’s see what Tweedledum and Tweedledumber (Hank & Hal Steinbrenner) have to say about this one. Oh, there’s going to plenty of distractions around the Yankee clubhouse this year…

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RAY

Ya I remember seeing all of those guys at spring training and thinking they are all huge…I’m waiting to hear that Bagwell and Biggio were doing it to and that would be sad. It would really be sad if Pujols was one too. There are always questions in my mind about the huge players that played with Canseco, Macguire,and Caminiti

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Nilvio

Before 2007, no name would surprise me if they were on performaning enchaning drugs. The problem that people have, is that we cannot jump to conclussion; if failed one drug test, does that mean he only took it once or was he on it for many years. We just don’t know at this time. So, we can’t look back and say, all those years he was cheating. We don’t know. Now, what I do know is that he wasn’t on any type of enchancer after 2007. And he had a monster year in 2007 and a good year in 2008. A-rod for all of his pre-modonna (no pun intended) actions, is a player who hustles and plays the game hard all the time. And he is the best, complete player in the game. I wish I wasn’t a Yankee. But, better a Yankee than a Brave.

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Tanya Mercado

I’m not saying he has been cheating all along. I just mentioned 2003 because that is what the report says. I just raised the question is he still taking or how long had he been taking. That’s what I would like to know.

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