Dissing Cousin

Yankees Alex Rodriguez addresses the media at George Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Fla., Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009.
(BDD Photo Illustration)

"My cousin would administer it to me. But neither of us knew what we were doing."
-- 2.17.09, Alex Rodriguez

Nervous A-Rod Shares More Details of His Steroid Use

Jayson Stark ESPN: A-Rod's Hard to Believe
I Can't Believe He Threw His Cousin Under the Bus. Sincerely, Ty Law
Boli, Boli... Boli, Boli, Boli... Was Injected Twice a Month
Confessed Cheater Also Took the Stimulant 'Ripped Fuel'
The Really Curious Case of Alex Rodriguez:
Mature 18-Year-Old MLB Veteran Grew Younger and Stupider by 28
Suddenly, He Remembers What He Took and Where He Got It, Really?!?
Moral of His Sad Story: Stay in School... and Don't Turn MLB into the WWE


A Man Is Known by the Company He Keeps

These are 2008 file photos showing Marion Jones, Barry Bonds, Alex Rodriguez and Roger Clemens.
(AP)

A Cheater Is a Cheater Is a Cheater Is a Cheater
And Cheaters Cannot Go into the Hall of Fame. Period.

Danny Picard: Release the Rest of the Names

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