Joe Tacopina, attorney for Alex Rodriguez, responded on Happening Now today to the explosive allegations against the New York Yankees third baseman. On "60 Minutes" Sunday, the lead witness in MLB's case against Rodriguez claimed that the slugger paid him $12,000 per month in cash for performance-enhancing drugs.
Alex Rodriguez's drug suspension has been cut to 162 games from 211
Bill O’Reilly sounded off on the Alex Rodriguez steroid scandal tonight in his Talking Points Memo. “The case of Alex Rodriguez concerns alleged cheating at the highest level of American business.”
The crowd went wild at Fenway Park in Boston Sunday night after Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster nailed Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez with a fastball when he was up to bat.
Baseball legend Hank Aaron reacted to Alex Rodriguez's suspension saying that A-Rod needs to get "back to doing what he can do best and that's play baseball."
Monday evening, Alex Rodriguez was greeted by boos in Chicago as he took his first at-bat just hours after MLB announced it would suspend him for 211 games.
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez has vowed to appeal the 211 game suspension issued by the MLB.
New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez has been suspended for 211 regular season games, which would ban him from playing through the 2014 season. He's expected to appeal the decision.