The Prosecution of A-Rod

Why baseball wants him out--in the very worst way

Now that the New York yankees' Alex Rodriguez and 13 other Major League Baseball players have been suspended for using performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs), now that the shady Miami clinic that supplied the drugs is out of business and under federal investigation, now that Rodriguez, 38 (who signed a $275 million contract in 2007, the game's biggest ever, before admitting in February 2009 to past steroid use), faces a 211-game ban, it might look like justice has been done. It might seem as though commissioner Bud Selig has cleaned up a game that's been tainted in the eyes of fans since juiced-up...

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