Here’s the Yankees press release regarding Alex Rodriguez:
“We strongly believe there is no place in baseball for performance enhancing drugs of any type, and we support the efforts of the Commissioner to continually improve the testing process.
“We urged Alex to be completely open, honest and forthcoming in addressing his use of performance [...]
“He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.” – Albert Einstein
“Our brains are no longer conditioned for reverence and awe. We cannot imagine a Second Coming that would not be cut down to size by the televised evening news, or [...]
UPDATE 2:20 p.m.
According to ESPN, Rodriguez admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs beginning in 2001 but said he has not used them since 2003, his final year with the Texas Rangers. The full interview is set to air at 6:00 p.m. with several television teasers slated throughout the day.
Several news outlets, including the NY [...]
From Mark Hale (NY Post):
Derek Jeter said Alex Rodriguez should be given a chance to address allegations he used steroids before passing judgment.”You have to give him the benefit of the doubt,” Jeter told reporters today at the Yankees’ training complex.
“My initial reaction is, let him respond,” Jeter said. “Give him the [...]
Before Joba Chamberlain, before Phil Hughes, there was Brien Taylor. Drafted #1 overall by the Yankees in 1991, Taylor was widely touted as the next great lefty hurler, someone who would take New York by storm as he dominated major league hitters with ease. Today, homerderby.com is running through their list of worst #1 picks, [...]
Yes, that is the front cover of today’s New York Post. One of New York’s largest daily newspapers has resorted to profanity to discuss a baseball story. That is some real highbrow stuff there.
However, if you think that is offensive, wait until you see what is inside some of the NY papers today. From [...]
From the Daily News:
One Yankees official said the team has no intention of coming to the party boy’s defense, and general manager Brian Cashman has not returned reporters’ calls, which is no surprise, the official noted.
“The ball is really in Alex’s court,” the official said, speaking on the condition of anonymity.
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