Alex Rodriguez issues an apology to his fans, releasing a hand-written letter in which he is remorseful for the transgressions he committed in regards for using performance-enhancing drugs, leading to his inevitable suspension from the league. ESPN obtained the letter this afternoon in which Rodriguez referred to the New York Yankees as amiable for allowing him to use the stadium for a formal new conference.
Last year, Rodriguez was suspended for the duration of the 2014 MLB season following his participation in the Biogenesis scandal. During his suspension, many Yankees fans criticized Rodriguez with increasing anger. Although Rodriguez declined to engage in a formal media interview, he stated the next time the steps foot into Yankee Stadium, he will be in uniform.
Rodriguez explained that he takes absolute responsibility for his mistakes that led to the controversial instatement of his suspension. He said he is ready to put the scandal and his involvement with Biogenesis in the past and come back as a full-time player.
By: Alex Lemieux
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