For Real?
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(BDD Photo Illustration)

Of Course Not. But for Some Strange Reason,
New York Is Celebrating A-Roid's No. 600* Today

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

A-Rod Hits Fake Home Run No. 600*
Boli, Boli... Boli, Boli, Boli... Was Injected Twice a Month... For at Least 3 Years
... But the Last Time A-Fraud Has Been Clean May Have Been Junior High School
I'll Believe It When He Looks Me in the Eye and Tells Me. Sincerely, Katie Couric
I Knew You Had It In You the Whole Time. Sincerely, Jose Canseco
Does This Mean I Get a Raise? Sincerely, A-Rod's Cousin Yuri
Bright Side: Hank Aaron Is Still the Home Run King at 755
But It Was a Loosey-Goosey Time, Right Alex?
A Look Back at A-Roidgate

Alex Rodriguez to Peter Gammons: "I was young, I was stupid, I was naive, and I wanted to prove to everyone that I was worth . . . being one of the greatest players of all time. I did take a banned substance and for that I am very sorry and deeply regretful."


No. 600* Is Just Another Slap in the Face

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(BDD Photo Illustration / Mike Hansen)

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