The man whom many consider to be the best player in Major League Baseball has admitted to using a "banned substance" during the 2001-2003 seasons. Alex Rodriguez's admission and apology, which you hear about in Tuesday's program, come just after a Sports Illustrated report that Rodriguez tested positive for illegal steroids in 2003.
Rodriguez is about to begin his 15th year in the majors. He has hit more than 500 home runs and been named the American League MVP three times. He has also signed a 10-year, $275 million contract for the New York Yankees.
But he has admitted to using an illegal, performance-enhancing drug. So what does this change? What should it change?
Carl Azuz, Anchor