By now we all know what Alex Rodriguez was doing on the morning of February 5. He was working out at the University of Miami like he always does. A pre-spring training ritual that on any other morning would have been hardly worth noting, but this was the morning when intrepid Sports Illustrated reporter Selena Roberts arrived after trying to track A-Rod down all through out Miami. This was the morning she informed him she had confirmed with four independent sources that he had indeed tested positive for steroids during his time with the Texas Rangers and planned to publish the accusations. This was the morning any other sports mega-star, after years of denying steroid use, would prepare for crises management mode. But not Alex Rodriguez. No, after dodging one journalist, he meet up for an interview with another.
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