The Los Angeles Times and other sources report that Yankees superstar-slugger Alex Rodriguez is implicated in high-stakes poker games. In other words: Gamblers. Gambling is the one unforgivable sin in Major League Baseball. Pete Rose has been banned for life for gambling, possibly even on teams he managed or played for: and possibly fixing those games he did not want his team to win. Such are the implications at any rate, none exactly alleged, none proved. A-Rod has been warned before. He’s already admitted to steroid use. He is baseball’s supreme active slugger. Say It Ain’t So, Alex!
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