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Bill Madden’s Inaccuracy Over A-Rod
Posted By Charles Mager On September 27, 2013 @ 3:58 PM In MLB | No Comments
Over the summer Bill Madden reported that A-Rod was looking for a way to retire. He did not retire. He reported that A-Rod was physically disabled and would likely take a disablement retirement. He came back anyway. Madden said he was done as a baseball player and would be a distraction. A-Rod played pretty well there for a while and basically disappeared from the headlines as the Yankees played their best baseball of the season. I mean, he’s the equivalent of, like, 0-for-130 when it comes to handicapping Alex Rodriguez‘s situation.
Yesterday he wrote that A-Rod is freaked out about his upcoming hearing, that the hearing is the reason he’s finishing poorly and, well, just look:
…According to one source in the know, despite his blowhard lawyer Joe Tacopina’s bravado that Rodriguez doesn’t deserve even one day of suspension, A-Rod “is terrified” about the hearing on his 211-game drug suspension that begins Monday in New York. According to the source, that might partly explain the recent 3-for-17 (.081) slump in which he’s looked so helpless … He needs to get a grip on reality — which is that he’s finished as a player and guilty as charged as a serial steroids cheat. His best option now is to try and make a deal with MLB, so at least all the lurid details of just how guilty he is and how much he betrayed Don Hooton’s kids may never come out.
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 Craig Calcaterra, NBC Sports,: http://hardballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/09/27/bill-madden-is-still-talking-about-alex-rodriguez-for-some-reason/
 Bill Madden, New York Daily News: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/yankees/chance-a-rod-deal-article-1.1468552
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