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Alex Rodriguez.

All star,  MVP,  youngest member of the 500 home run club… cheater. For years he was thought of as the best player is baseball, although he has never won a championship. He put up big numbers though, in his stints with Seattle, Texas and currently the New York Yankees.

Earlier this year, Rodriguez admitted to using steroids to enhance his numbers citing “an enormous amount of pressure to perform.”

Now a new book comes out called “A-Rod: The Many Lives of Alex Rodriguez.” No surprise of course that he cheated on his wife, (allegedly) screwed Madonna, (allegedly) and paid a clubhouse worker to put toothpaste on his toothbrush every day.

The real problem is the allegation that A Rob had a deal with opposing players that depending on the score of the game, they would “tip pitches” to the opposing players in return for the same.

What a pussy.

For my money that’s not just the icing on the A-Fraud cake, it’s the worst crime on the list. Forget Pete Rose, Bonds, Canseco, Palmeiro and McGwire. You are the king of the cheaters, the worst of the steroid users. You sold out your teammates and pitchers to pad your own stats.

The ultimate definition of selfish.

Lucky for A-Roid, I’m not the commissioner of Major League Baseball, or you would be sweeping up peanuts for a minor league team in Shitsville, USA.

Wake up Bud Selig, you have a real scandal on your hands.