This takes hating on A-Rod to a whole new level….
The phrase “snitches get stitches” has never applied more than now to Alex Rodriguez following the revelation that he was downing other players on PEDs when he fell.
Those who remember the steroid era in Major League Baseball will remember that Alex Rodriguez was one of the many MLB stars found guilty of using performance-enhancing drugs. The most famous names are sluggers Sammy Sosa, Mark Magwire, Jose Canseco and Barry Bonds. But this was only the first batch of players convicted of the crime.
The 2014 group included Rodriguez, Manny Ramirez, Ryan Braun and other undisclosed names that ESPN found through DEA documents but were not released to the public. Álex Rodríguez works hard in the gym
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According to ESPN, Alex Rodriguez met with two United States Department of Justice attorneys and seven Drug Enforcement Administration agents on January 29, 2014. At that meeting, he gave them the names of other MLB players. who also used the presentation. – strengthening drugs.
The meeting comes several weeks after he was arrested for violating MLB’s PED policy and served a 211-game suspension. As a result, he was suspended for the entire 2014 season. But apparently Rodriguez did not fall by himself, but was beaten by other players who were also on PEDs. But that’s not all, Rodriguez spilled the beans for a good reason.
Alex Rodriguez punished PED users, lied to Yankees: New bombshells
The former Yankees third baseman revealed to federal agents in 2014 that Biogenesis founder Anthony Bosch told him that Manny Ramirez, Ryan Braun and another All-Star were also on PEDs. But that’s not all, Rodriguez spilled the beans for a good reason.
According to the report, prosecutors granted a third player “Queen for a Day” status. That means he could give them information without fear of prosecution. In practice, he can now be considered a rat. As a result, Manny Ramirez was suspended for 50 games for violating MLB’s PED policy during his time with the Dodgers in 2009.
He also served another 100-game suspension for violations with the Tampa Bay Rays in 2011, but never served that suspension when he decided to retire. Braun was also fired for misconduct in 2013. As of today, Alex Rodriguez has declined to comment on ESPN’s explosive story.