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Fallout from Announcement That A-Rod Could Miss Season Amid Steroid Scandal

Alex Rodriguez is perhaps one of the most intriguing superstars Major League Baseball has ever seen. 

He debuted in the majors at the young age of 18 in 1994, quickly showcasing his undeniable talent.  After his first full season with the Seattle Mariners in 1996 during which he batted a robust .358, it was clear that Rodriguez intended to prove the claim that he would be one of the best all-around baseball players to ever live. 

Over the course of his illustrious career, Rodriguez has recorded 14 100-RBI seasons, won three AL-MVP Awards, and two Gold Gloves.  He was the fastest player to hit 500 and 600 career home runs.  He also received the Babe Ruth Award in 2009, given to the best player in the postseason, after helping ...

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