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Alex Rodriguez

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  • Alex Rodriguez confessed to feds that he used steroids, reports say

    New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez admitted to federal agents and prosecutors back in January that he used banned substances, even though he has continued to publicly claim he has done nothing wrong (this time), according to multiple reports on...
  • Alex Rodriguez Admitted Paying $12,000 Monthly For Steroids, Report Says

    Alex Rodriguez Admitted Paying $12,000 Monthly For Steroids, Report Says
    Alex Rodriguez told DEA agents and federal prosecutors in January that he bought and used performance-enhancing drugs from Anthony Bosch, the Miami Herald reported Wednesday. The newspaper reviewed a 15-page synopsis of the New York third baseman's...
  • A-Rod admitted steroid use to DEA: report

    A-Rod admitted steroid use to DEA: report
    MIAMI (Reuters) - New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs in an interview with federal agents probing a Florida anti-aging clinic at the center of baseball's doping scandal, the Miami Herald reported on...
  • Alex Rodriguez's DEA confession: Yes, I used steroids from fake Miami doctor

    Alex Rodriguez's DEA confession: Yes, I used steroids from fake Miami doctor
    For 21 tumultuous months, New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez has defiantly maintained he never used banned substances from a Coral Gables anti-aging clinic, that he is the victim of a Major League Baseball "witch hunt," and that he would fight to...
  • Together since 2008, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis lead Orioles into playoffs

    Together since 2008, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis lead Orioles into playoffs
    Orioles center fielder Adam Jones glides through the home clubhouse in a T-shirt and basketball shorts, razzing everyone he passes with a bellowing voice and an even louder cackle. On the other side of the room is right fielder Nick Markakis, sitting...
  • Jeter Wore Fame Like A Custom-Tailored Suit

    Jeter Wore Fame Like A Custom-Tailored Suit
    I was there at the start, for Derek Jeter's first game at Yankee Stadium on June 2, 1995. His name was first announced not by Bob Sheppard, but by Jerry Seinfeld, who borrowed the microphone and did the pregame lineups. I was there for most of the Jeter...
  • On The Fly: Sox Sticking With Koji

    On The Fly: Sox Sticking With Koji
    The Red Sox are sticking with Koji Uehara. The closer who anchored the 2013 champions signed a two-year, $18-million deal to come back. It's pricey for a 39-year-old closer for sure, but the Sox surveyed the field of closers available in free agency,...
  • Alex Rodriguez suspension over

    Alex Rodriguez is back on the 40-man roster of the New York Yankees. Rodriguez served a one-year suspension on the restricted list and the 39-year-old third baseman is owed $61 million for the next three seasons. His contract includes a bonus of $6...
  • Orioles have every reason to bring back Nelson Cruz, but they might not be able to

    Orioles have every reason to bring back Nelson Cruz, but they might not be able to
    Here's a happy thought while everyone tries to look into the future and figure out how the Orioles roster will look when spring training begins in February: Next year's starting lineup is going to look a lot like what this year's starting lineup...
  • The Times' baseball rankings

    Last week’s ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday’s games: 1. ANGELS: Guess who batted .583 in their last playoff series? Jeff Mathis, 2009 ALCS. Really. (1) 2. WASHINGTON: Last D.C.-based team to win a postseason series:...
  • The Day Baseball Died?

    I was reading through the article about Derek Jeter and his last at-bat and could not help but almost shed tears [Sept. 29, Sports, "A Hit In Boston, And Then He's History"]. Not because of Jeter going away, nor for the warm reception he received from...