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A-Rod Denies PED Use, Announces Yard Sale

Jan 31, 2013

 
















NEW YORK, MIAMI - Anticipating a dramatic income downturn due to a likely suspension for performance enhancing drug use, Alex Rodriguez announced his 20,000-square-foot Miami mansion is "For Rent" at $125,000 per month.

The former slugger said he would personally host a series of Sunday open house tag sales at his Miami mansion during February.

“If I can't play baseball there's nothing I'd rather be doing than selling branded A-Rod memorabilia in a comfortable garage setting,” explained Rodriguez.

"By the way, I'm innocent of everything."

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