New York Yankees

Who Will Make The Hall Of Fame, A-Rod Or A-Roid?

ANAHEIM, CA - APRIL 24:  Alex Rodriguez #13 and Robinson Cano #24 of the New York Yankees celebrate in the dugout after both score on a Francisco Cervelli single in the fourth inning against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on April 24, 2010 at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California.  (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
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Casey KrouseContributor IMay 6, 2010

Most people know Alex Rodriguez as A-rod the guy who hits a lot of home runs, but some people know him as A-Roid the kid who took stereroids in 2003.

First of all let me tell you that A-Rod should be in the hall of fame the first time he is on the ballet. Some people think a little longer of a wait, but some say he won't make it at all because he took stereroids. Well if you think the third one you have a lame excuse because when did he take the roids? He took them in 2003, seven years ago.

Well you're response is probably that he still takes them now. Well thats bull crap! If he was still on them he would be really fat like Barry Bonds. Oh and that leads me to my other point. When they took him to court he admitted that he used roids and he said that he regreted it. Barry Bonds on the other hand was still taking them yet he denied it.

We all know Bonds took them because in a couple of years he went from skinny and in shape, to fat and toatally out of shape. I actually think that if Bonds wouldn't have taken them he would have definately been in the hall of fame.

I know what you are thinking, "but he's already in the hall of fame." Well he should be taken out, because he didn't earn the right to be in it.

Anyway I'm getting off topic. All that I am saying is that I don't get why people still criticize Rodriguez when his ability is coming from his skill, not from drugs. So comment wether you agree with me or not, but make it reasonable and back it up with info.

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