Illegal poker game
Alex Rodriguez is preparing for his return to the Yankees — and his looming sit-down with Major League Baseball about his alleged involvement in high-stakes poker games.
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Major League Baseball will reportedly deal Alex Rodriguez a winning hand. According to the New York Post, A-Rod will not face a suspension, only a “serious warning,” stemming from his alleged involvement in an illegal, underground high-stakes poker game.
Richard Rubenstein, A-Rod’s publicist, said in a statement Thursday morning that a Star Magazine report, which claims several people saw A-Rod playing in games hosted at Hollywood hotels and residences, contains “numerous factual inaccuracies.”
With the Mets washed out on Wednesday night, Steve updated everyone on the bad boys of NFL and MLB. A-Rod, Braylon Edwards and Osi Umenyiora… oh my!
Yankees star Alex Rodriguez may face a suspension from Major League Baseball for participating in an “underground, illegal poker game” that featured cocaine use and “thugs threatening players,” according to RadarOnline.com.