An MLB source told CBS Evening News’ Jim Axelrod, however, that the five-time American League home-run champion could be looking at a lifetime ban.
So will the three-time American League MVP cut a deal with the league?
“My understanding is he’s trying to make a deal,” a source told the website. “But I don’t think it’s going to happen (Monday).”
A-Rod has admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs while with the Texas Rangers from 2001-03. The injured 37-year-old, who has denied using them since, told WFAN radio last week that he hasn’t instructed anyone to make a deal with the league “at this point” regarding a Biogenesis-related suspension.
But following Braun’s decision to cooperate with MLB investigators, A-Rod could end up changing his mind and taking the same route.
A-Rod could be facing a lifetime ban
quote:why can't peeeeeeeeeej be facing a lifetime ban instead?
GOOD..... A LOSER [BARRY BONDS] Type BREAKING THE RULES TYPE OF GUY..... NO RECORDS or ANYTHING............. EVERY STAAT he EVER HAD should be abolished from the record book.......................
Doubt Yankees are pushing anything