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1/24/2023 |  Alex Rodriguez is one of baseball's GOATs – but the Hall of Fame may always be out of reach (USA TODAY) Quite simply, Alex Rodriguez is one of the greatest players in the history of baseball.
Go ahead, check out his numbers: 696 home runs, 3,115 hits, 2,086 RBI, 329 stolen bases.
The man was a three-time MVP, 14-time All-Star, 10-time Silver Slugger, two-time Gold Glove winner and a World Series champion.
He also happened to receive the longest drug suspension in baseball history and was suspended for the entire 2014 season with the New York Yankees.
1/24/2023 |  Baseball Hall of Fame 2023: Breaking down the top candidates, voting trends for Cooperstown (USA TODAY) The 2023 Baseball Hall of Fame class will be revealed Tuesday (6 p.m. ET. MLB Network).  
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1/24/2023 |  Yasiel Puig Facing Obstruction Of Justice Charges In Illegal Sports Betting Case (Sports Handle) Two months after Yasiel Puig withdrew a guilty plea in a comprehensive illegal sports betting case, the former Major League Baseball outfielder is facing new charges in the matter.
Puig, who withdrew his guilty plea for making false statements to federal law enforcement officials, is now facing obstruction of justice charges in connection with the federal investigation. Puig, a one-time MLB All-Star, initially agreed to plead guilty to making false statements in November regarding a series of sports wagers he made with an illegal operator. But weeks later, Puig withdrew the guilty plea citing new evidence that prompted his attorneys to contest the charges.

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