Via the Daily News –
The rest of the world might be in the dark about when, where and why Alex Rodriguez might be suspended for allegedly using baseball drugs, but the man in charge of the game knows the answer.
Bud Selig was on David Letterman’s show last night, where the baseball commissioner said he already knows of Alex Rodriguez’s fate in the current steroid imbroglio.
“Is he one that might be suspended?” the Late Show host asked Selig.
“I’d rather not say,” Selig answered
Letterman: “Because you know, don’t you?”
“I do, I do. The answer is I do.”
The audience cheered.
For months now, Selig and his lieutenants at MLB have overseen an investigation into Biogenesis, a now-defunct Miami area clinic that is allegedly a source of banned performance-enhancing drugs. As many as 20 players are implicated, including A-Rod, who is rehabbing his hip from surgery for Double-A Trenton.
“Alex Rodriguez, is he ever going to play for the Yankees again?” asked Letterman.
“Only time will tell,” answered Selig. “We’re in the midst of a very thorough and tough investigation on all of this, because I really believe that it’s not only the right thing to do, but we’re going to do it. That’s all I can tell you.”
Sounds like A-Rod’s getting suspended, Yankees fans.