Did A-Rod’s Ex-Wife Tell SI About Positive Test?

Alex Rodriguez went a little overboard the other day in his interview with Peter Gammons in trying to portray SPORTS ILLUSTRATED writer Selena Roberts as some sort of obsessed stalker. But why? Roberts has vehemently denied almost all of A-Rod’s accusations. Could it be because Roberts was successful at getting closer to A-Rod than he wanted, without resorting to over-the-top antics?

Alex & Cynthia Rodriguez dinner staredown

Somebody had to leak to Roberts that A-Rod failed a drug test in 2003. A-Rod claims that he didn’t know about the failed test until Roberts told him about it recently. But that doesn’t make any sense, since the MLB Players’ Association told everyone who failedĀ  before they were re-tested in 2004. But the only people they told were the players themselves. So who else would have known about the test results? I don’t know, could it have been … A-Rod’s wife?

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Pete Guerrero Above Ground; Thanks State Farm!

As a public service, State Farm would like to remind you that Pedro Guerrero is still alive (remember, Eddie Guerrero is the dead one). And that the extremely intelligent former 1981 World Series MVP for the Dodgers is now the front man for the State Farm-sponsored Fiesta del Jonron Tour, a Cinco de Mayo celebration that is expected to draw as many as 500,000 Latino customers.

Pedro Guerrerro Baseball Boogie

(Pete’s perk: State Farm covers Jheri’d hair, satin jax for fire damage)

Oh, so you’re gonna get a popular Hispanic Dodger from the ’80s and it’s not Fernando Valenzuela? For shame, State Farm. It’s not as though your commercials aren’t bad enough. Read more…