Tag Archives: A-Rod Yankees

A-Rod deserves whatever treatment the fans decide to lavish upon him
February 18, 2015

by Kent Sterling Not enough.  Not nearly enough.  A handwritten apology might work for a fourth grader expressing regret to a girl he decided not to take to the school dance, but not for an adult who is supposed to be the face of a historic franchise. Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Berra, Mantle, Ford, Munson, Jeter, […]

A-Rod Drops Lawsuits Against MLB, MLBPA, and Selig – as the Guilty Always Do
February 7, 2014

by Kent Sterling So A-rod brought an empty pistol to a gun fight, as everyone thought from the beginning. The threat of a lawsuit is almost always a hollow, face-saving gesture that is rescinded long before the plaintiffs are required to testify, and that is no coincidence. “We plan on pursuing a lawsuit to shine […]