• A-Rod’s Hissy Fit Today

    Posted by on November 20th, 2013 · Comments (7)

    See: Alex Rodriguez storms out of hearing, calls process ‘farce’.

    Anyone who doesn’t think this was planned and rehearsed is not paying attention…

    Comments on A-Rod’s Hissy Fit Today

    1. redbug
      November 20th, 2013 | 6:41 pm

      Of course it was planned. Probably on Friday when he was “ill” w/ flu-like symptoms.

      This is really because he would’ve had to be interviewed by MLB investigators before testifying in front of the hearing – under oath. He needed an excuse not to testify. This was as good as any.

      Further, he made clear today he felt he was losing.

      Now, he’s free to resume claiming he’s clean and that MLB, doctors, the union and the Yankees are all out to get him. They should be. He’s a liar and a cheater.

    2. PHMDen
      November 20th, 2013 | 8:31 pm

      Francesa could not repeat often enough on this afternoon’s interview with Rodriguez that he did not believe this episode was, or could have been, planned, and Rodriguez could not repeat often enough how concerned he has been about how this “farce” has affected his children, and just how much love he has for the City of New York – a love Selig does not share with him.

      And Don John and his legal team were still aghast with the revelation that one of MLB’s investigators had sex with a witness.

      What are Rodriguez’s immediate plans? He’s going to huddle with his lawyers tonight, and then he’s going to go see his daughter, because this “farce” caused him to miss her birthday on Monday; what a great dad.

      redbug wrote:

      He’s a liar and a cheater.

      Bingo.

    3. Corey
      November 20th, 2013 | 10:04 pm

      Did you see a-rod on Francessa today? I caught it on Yesnetwork.com…I never thought I’d say this, but it sounds like he’s gonna get the full 211. I really figured it’d end up at 162.

    4. redbug
      November 21st, 2013 | 6:13 am

      @ Corey:

      Yet, assuming he goes to Federal Court, he may be allowed to play till that process concludes.

    5. November 21st, 2013 | 10:11 am

      There is no way A-Rod plays another game for the Yankees after all this. They will eat the money before they allow that…

    6. redbug
      November 21st, 2013 | 11:57 am

      @ Steve L.:

      They played him after the suspension. And after the 1st round of boos, the Yankee crowds cheered him.

      I will never step foot in Yankee Stadium again if Arod’s wearing pinstripes.

    7. McMillan
      November 21st, 2013 | 10:24 pm

      redbug wrote:

      Yet, assuming he goes to Federal Court, he may be allowed to play till that process concludes.

      That’s the plan…

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