A-Rod lawyer suggests Red Sox are on the juice
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A-Roid's attorney Joe Tacopina appeared on Colin Cowherd's ESPN radio show on Tuesday.
Joe Tacopina told @ESPN_Colin he did not want to name other players accused of PED use, "but some of them are God-like in Boston right now."
— Neil Best (@sportswatch) January 14, 2014
Who could this bellyaching barrister be talking about? Hint: It's not Stephen Drew.
David Ortiz has faced the PED storm clouds before. In 2003, Ortiz's name popped up in an "anonymous" 2003 steroid survey and just last season the Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy spun some 'roid rumors himself. However, Big Papi has denied any PED use and has never failed a drug test.
It's known that Ortiz and Rodriguez are friends. But, after this, one would imagine they won't be much longer.
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