Category MLB

A-Rod Leaves Credibility In The Rearview Mirror

"Watch me lie, lie, and then lie some more."

"Watch me lie, lie, and then lie some more."

Ground rules of the press conference: no follow-up questions...

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Gestural slips, unilateral contempt and microfear

Why they’re looking at Alex Rodriguez talking with Katie Couric and not the Gammons interview, I don’t know.

Nonetheless, the NYT talks with a psychologist who is an expert on lying. Interesting piece. But, the thing is, we already know he’s lying...

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Thinking about records

I love Henry Aaron. I was in my early teens when he broke the home run record. The image of him rounding the bases with those two kids congratulating him is indelible. But that’s not all. He did it all without the help of drugs. The guy just hit the ball over the fences. That’s it...

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Thanks, Alex.

Give the New York Post credit:  they’ve taken their pot shots at Boston players and teams over the years, but they are just as capable of channeling their invective against a New York player.  And in this case, he richly, epically deserves this treatment...

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