Good evening, everyone.
Tonight, look at what Nancy Guide Company, another alleged doper speaking out.
The question is will the Yankee's Alex Rodriguez fess up or keep fighting.
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We begin, though with the biggest sports doping story since Lance Armstrong.
New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez is the highest paid Major Leaguer ever-number five on the all-time home run list, signing autographs at the ballpark in Chicago today.
He once denied ever using steroid then denied using them after 2003.
Now he is suspended for allegedly using them since then, accused of doping and having ties to a South Florida anti-aging clinic Bio-Genesis.
A ride drew him a 211-game suspension without pay.
Lead today's Sport Reporters.
I'm fighting for my life.
I have to defende myself.
And about on defend myself no one else will.
Now, the suspension takes effect Thursday.
He can play during his appeal.
He is playing tonight in Chicago where Jason Carol joined us and a Bristol, Connecticut ESPJ acquaintance has been really the league reporter on the story that's developed over the past few weeks.
Jason, a pretty rough day for Alex Rodriguez and for Major League baseball.
Absolutely without question,
And when we saw Alex Rodriguez walking into the room just about an hour or so ago, Anderson, he seemed unmeasured, he seemed to be holding back emotion just a bit.
But he was also evasive in terms of answering specific questions, specificly about whether or not he used performance enhancing drugs.
He has denied it before.
He was asked about it again tonight.
He said he wasn't gonna get into it.
He didn't want to disrupt the process that was going on.
What he did talk about, Anderson, is what this entire ordeal has been like for him.
The last seven months has been a nightmare;
has been, you know, probably the worst time of my life for sure.
I am thrilled and humbled to have opportunity to put on this uniform again and to play Major League Baseball again.
Well, as humble as he is, Major League Baseball was very clear about why they handed up this suspension.
They released a statement where they spelt out some of the details saying that the suspension “is based on his use, Rodriguez's use and possession of numerous forms of prohibited performance-enhancing sustances, including testosterone and human growth hormone, over the course of multiple years.”
They went on in the statement that Rodriguez attempted to cover up the violations, Anderson, and also obstructed their investigation.
Rodriguez once again has repeatedly said he did not use performance-enhancing drugs.
He wants everyone to, quote, “take a deap breath and have a time out,” so the ordeal can play itself out.