This Time A-Rod

So it goes.I’m watching CNN on cable and the news breaks about A-Rod.

Again, we hear of another baseball superstar who tested positive for
steroids. The story was broke this morning by Sports Illustrated in
which they have four unnamed sources saying A-Rod’s name is on the 2003
list of players that were tested. All I know is that it seems the A-Rod
soap opera continues. Last week it came to light in Joe Torre’s new
book “The Yankees Years” that A-Rod was often called “A-Fraud.” Who

All I know is why can’t the game of baseball just be played and all the
cheaters be asked to leave? In Graduate School, if I were to cheat, I
would be expelled. If I broke the law, I would be arrested. I’m not
harping on A-Rod, but the game is tarnished. Again, anybody cheats and
is of Hall Of Fame caliber, then they need to be classified with an *. No questions asked. That’s all I have to say about this.

Until then, I’ll see ya at the park!

One thought on “This Time A-Rod

  1. juliasrants February 7, 2009 at 1:40 pm Reply

    Joe – I agree with you 100%. Anywhere else in the real world that the rest of us live in – if you cheat, you’re gone. The same should apply to baseball. End of discussion.


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