Leave it to A-Rod to make headlines during the baseball season when he isn't even playing!!
Alex Rodriguez has been enjoying an extra long vacation this summer after Major League Baseball banned him for the entire 2014 season due to his alleged links to steroids and HGH use!
The Bronx Bomber eventually accepted his punishment, but according to Tim Elfrink and Gus Garcia-Roberts' new book Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez, Biogenesis and the Quest to End Baseball’s Steroid Era, A-Rod may have not been at fault! In fact, they claim the league actually gave him the green light to use these banned substances! They write:
Remember that time Alex Rodriguez was suspended for the entire 2014 season for his links to performance-enhancing drugs and he threatened to turn around and sue MLB???
Well apparently he was totally joking!
Ok, so joking might not exactly be the right word for it. But he has dropped all of his lawsuits and plans on accepting his suspension for the 2014 season!
MLB released a statement on the situation saying:
He’s spot on with these impressions!
For Drake’s SNL hosting duties, he didn’t want to do the regular opening monologue, so he opted for the cold open!
In the Piers Morgan-inspired skit, the 27-year-old musical artist impersonated one of sports biggest figures: Alex Rodriguez!
And Drizzy comes up with a pret-ty compelling — and hilarious! — defense for the whole steroids dramz!
Ch-ch-check it out for yourself
Alex Rodriguez was recently handed a 162 game suspension and will miss the entire 2014 MLB season due to his ties to performance enhancing drugs! Unfortunately for him, the accusations don't stop there!
Tony Bosch, who claims to have been the one who provided A-Rod with PEDs, is largely considered to be the central figure who turned him in.
Well, in a recent interview he claimed that Alex attempted to
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He's going, going, GONE!!
Well, at least for now! Alex Rodriguez has officially been suspended for 162 games for his involvement in a huge PED scandal, and he'll be sitting out the entire 2014 season as well as any potential playoff games for the New York Yankees!
Believe it or not, the ruling is actually a