New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is apparently ready to return to action. The 37-year-old slugger claims he expects to be back with the team on Monday against the Texas Rangers.
Well, it appears Major League Baseball is finally going to do something about the Biogenesis clinic scandal. ESPN is reporting that the league plans to suspend Ryan Braun, Alex Rodriguez and about 20 other players after next week’s All-Star break.
We have yet another layer of the story involving Major League Baseball’s investigation into the Biogenesis clinic in Miami. An associate of clinic founder Anthony Bosch, claims Bosch met with New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez in Detroit during the 2012 ALCS.
The New York Daily News is reporting that New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez refused to pay Tony Bosch money to help with his legal fees, and as a result he cut a deal with Major League Baseball. Bosch allegedly asked Rodriguez for an amount in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
In baseball, unlike almost every other professional sport, the likelihood that the No. 1 overall pick is going to turn into a perennial All-Star and franchise player is quite small. In fact, none of the players drafted first overall have ever been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and they have earned just six […]