Saturday, February 7, 2009

Alex Rodriguez Tested Positive For Steroids

Seems like some things never change.

Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids during his 2003 season, a new report shows.

The New York Yankees player tested positive for two anabolic steroids, and his name appears on a list of over one hundred other players who tested positive for drugs during 2003.

He tested positive for Primobolan and testosterone while playing for the Texas Rangers.

Primobolan, also known as methenolone, is injected or taken orally, and improves strength and maintains lean muscle with minimal side effects.

In a December 2007 interview with "60 Minutes" he denied using steroids or other drugs.

Rodriguez played for the Rangers in 2003, when he won the AL home run title and MVP award. He was traded to the Yankees in 2004. He is drawing a $27 million salary after signing a record $275 million, 10-year contract with New York in 2007.

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