Yankees' Alex Rodriguez Facing A Lifetime Baseball Ban May Go Into Politics

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 25 July 2013

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Alex has said that if he does receive a lifetime ban from baseball he will definitely sell one of his two 747 jets.

NEW YORK CITY - New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez has been informed by his lawyer Dardanelle Cyrus Blewpillski that it looks like his professional baseball playing days could be over or gone with the wind as they say south of the Mason-Dixon line.

According to inside sources A-Rod will most probably receive a lifetime ban from baseball for his use of PEB's or Performance Enhancing Drugs.

The Yankee outfielder said that he truly believes that the test showed false positive due to the fact that he had eaten some poppy seeds, sesame seeds, pumpkins seeds, and banana seeds.

Alex explained that according to a noted world nutrition expert Dr. Bernardo Escuela in Madrid, Spain, eating those four types of seeds within a six hour period will show up as a steroid or a PEB.

The Yankee slugger stated to Sporting Chance Magazine that he is such a fantastic player that he does not need to cheat by using any type of additive to his body.

He said that he will earn $28 million for the 2013 season so when he is banned he will not exactly have to go and apply for food stamps.

When asked by Hercules Confetti with SCM what he will do after he is banned from baseball for life, Alex took a drink of his Peach Gatorade and replied that he will probably go into politics.

SIDENOTE: A very close friend of Alex's has stated that he told her that he may decide to run for mayor of New York City.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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