Problem is the topic is a year old, a dollar short and the story, well there isn’t one.
— NY Daily News Sports (@NYDNSports) May 18, 2014
Linking A-Rod with a convicted felon courtesy of Jay-Z by spinning an old story with no merit anyway and thinking this will deflect the factual nine-page police report detailing how MLB knowingly committed felonies during their Biogenesis investigation is absurd.
Let's see that fraud Selig have a committee to investigate this http://t.co/2JcwISLEx2
— Mike Silva (@MikeSilvaMedia) May 11, 2014
— Mike Rose (@MikeRRose) May 11, 2014
Fact is A-Rod can talk and listen to anyone he wants, a last time I checked it is not a crime to be friend’s with a past convicted felon.
And the funny thing is this story is all hearsay anyway, as the NYDN five, shockingly led by Bill Maddon used the word “source(s)” 16 different times in this article to justify the facts they write in this story that is not story.
Oh and trying to blame this ex-convict lady for Robinson Cano going to Seattle and not staying a Yankee is downright asinine.
But hey, to give credit where credit is due, this NYDY I-Team’s article did give me a good laugh.
What is even funnier is that the NYDN needed five people to write this sham piece, and yet not one has touched on the fact that the Boca Raton detectives filed a police report with ample examples of how MLB repeatedly broke the law to get evidence to bust A-Rod.
Bottom line is it seems that when the NYDN throws one of these nonsensical, A-Rod conspiracy theories on the front page it is followed by MLB having to answer some ethical questions.
So, don’t be surprised if in the next few weeks’ news breaks that MLB is big trouble, as rumor has it that the Feds have gotten involved to help police get to the bottom of this mess of a witch-hunt.
— Michael McCann (@McCannSportsLaw) May 13, 2014
Oh and lastly, I almost forgot to congratulate to The New York Daily News I-Team who will be accepting Associated Press Sports Editors Investigative award this week at a dinner for their coverage of Alex Rodriguez and MLB’s Biogenesis scandal.
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) April 7, 2014
Yes, the award is true; and no, I was not being sincere.