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According to a new Sports Illustrated report, Yankee homerun king Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids use back in 2003.
When SI approached him on Thursday at a Miami gym, Rodriguez declined to discuss the steroids positive test. When asked if there was an explanation, he said, "I'm not saying anything."
The report points out that A-Rod finished the 2003 season by winning his third straight league home run title (with 47) and the first of his three MVP awards. Yeah, thanks to 'roids!
And at this point in his career, A-Rod has the potential to become baseball's alltime home run king.
His estimated $305 million 10-year deal with the Yankees supposedly gives him a 'bonus' each time he ties one of the four players at the top of the list: Willie Mays (660), Babe Ruth (714), Hank Aaron (755) and Barry Bonds (762).
Interesting note, two sources familiar with A-Rod's contract told SI that there is no language about steroids in the contract that would put the slugger at risk of losing money.
Can you imagine how kick ass old school baseball players would have been if they could've 'roided like the new guys?
Steroid use supposedly effects penis erection.
Maybe that's why Madge replaced A-Rod with the young, Brazilian stud, Jesus!
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