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Friday, 16 August 2013

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The Biogenesis PED Scandal could go on for as long as 3 years. (Photo courtesy of Paco Peso).

NEW YORK CITY - Now that it appears that Alex Rodriguez has hired an attorney and plans on suing Major League Baseball, the New York Yankees have been advised that they may want to trade the third baseman and do it pretty soon.

An unnamed source who said he represents professional baseball stated that once the rosin hits the fan the overall picture is not going to be a pretty one.

Reports are that one of A-Rod's attorneys Orson Manicotti is digging up some dirt on some of the baseball owners as well as some of the managers, players, game announcers, umpires, and even several hot dog vendors.

The 211 game suspension that was levied on the Yankee star may come back to haunt Major League Baseball but then it will only end up backfiring on the pinstriped star.

Meanwhile Pete Rose has put his two cents worth in by saying that what he did is nothing compared to what some of the modern day players did.

Rose says that he is going to hire noted attorney Ginger Allred and sue MLB on grounds of Ipso Flagrante Messaneeso.

IN OTHER NEWS. Simon Cowell, who got his best friend's wife pregnant, told Bedroom Pillow Talk that he now realizes that he should have had that vasectomy that Ryan "Peaches" Seacrest had suggested he get last year.

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