After Storming Out Of MLB Arbitration Hearing, A-Rod Goes On WFAN
November 20, 2013 at 4:46 PM (PT)
ALEX RODRIGUEZ' first stop after storming out of his grievance hearing with MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL was at CBS RADIO Sports WFAN-A-F/NEW YORK, where the controversial NEW YORK YANKEES star went on MIKE FRANCESA's afternoon show to rip Commissioner BUD SELIG and the YANKEES, deny using performance enhancing drugs after 2003, and opine that "I'm done" in the arbitration -- "I don't have a chance."
In the interview, which followed RODRIGUEZ' abrupt bolting from the hearing after it was ruled that SELIG would not have to testify, A-ROD called the hearing a "kangaroo court" and accused SELIG of hating him and not having "the courage to come see me and tell me, 'this is why I'm going to destroy your career.'" And when FRANCESA asked him directly whether he is guilty of doing anything wrong or taking PEDs, RODRIGUEZ said "No."