A-Roid?

A-Roid?

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Canseco Won't Stop Needling A-Rod About Steroids

ABC News: Canseco Says Rodriguez Asked About 'Roids
NY Times: Rodriguez Won’t Comment on Contents of Book

3.27.08, New York Times: Canseco said that Rodriguez asked him about steroids in the late 1990s during their winter workouts at Canseco’s home gym. Canseco said that he introduced Rodriguez to a steroids supplier, and noticed that Rodriguez had bulked up when he saw him weeks later.

“I’m confident it was the ’roids,” Canseco wrote. “I believed it then, and I believe it now.

“I’ve been down this road too many times with too many guys.”

Canseco made no secret of his personal disdain for Rodriguez. The book portrayed Rodriguez as curious about steroids and infatuated with Canseco’s former wife.

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