Alex Rodriguez reflected on his 2014 season suspension for a violation of MLB’s performance enhancing drug policy in a recent Sports Illustrated profile.
“I fell from the Empire State Building. Nobody pushed me. I (expletive) jumped. No parachute. I have no one to blame for myself. But what’s changed is, I got my humbled. I paid a deep penalty. I’ve learned lessons. And I’m different.”
While the former Bronx Bomber has turned things around nicely — playing two seasons after suspension before retiring from the playing field, only to become even more popular since — he says the time away caused him to grow in necessary ways. Rodriguez explained the type of maturity he gained during his time off that season as learning the things a young man would typically learn in his late teens or early 20s, during college as opposed to facing players twice their age in growing up in the Majors.
Neymar's father, who is also his aide and advisor, has reportedly reached personal terms agreement with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez as his son's PSG exit looms. Don Balon reports that a panic striken Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has turned to Neymar as an emergency big money buy to save the club from its […]
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