Damon: Murder Is Worse Than Steroids

Watch Johnny Damon wax on about A-Rod here
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In Times Like These, The Nation Turns Its Lonely Ears
to the One and Only Johnny Damon

Johnny Damon speaks to the media today in Tampa following A-Rod�s presser: �Yeah he did some bad things. He took a steroid. Definitely do not condone that, at all, but there could be a lot worse things he could have been doing out there. He hasn�t done a crime. So there�s worse things that he could have done but you know I�ve known Alex since he was 15 and he�s always been super nice to me and so I�m going to support him and try help him through this time. (Reporter: Johnny, what would have been worse?) Murdering someone... There�s plenty of things that could be worse than what he did. (Reporter: In your mind, is what he did cheating?) For part time in his career, perhaps, but you know what, the pitchers that were facing him too at the time were doing it.�

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