The Alex Rodriguez story just becomes stranger and stranger.
First, the New Times of Miami reported that Rodriguez's name appeared on documents related to performance-enhancing drug use. A-Rod's spokesman denied it.
Then, ESPN's "Outside the Lines" reported specific injections Rodriguez received from Biogenesis head Anthony Bosch. A-Rod's spokesman denied it.
Earlier Friday, the New York Times reported that a representative for A-Rod may have bought documents from a former Biogenesis employee. A-Rod's spokesman denied it.
Now there is our story from T.J. Quinn and Mike Fish which has all sorts of juicy details. So either A-Rod is being set up, or he is lying through his teeth. There doesn't seem to be any in-between.
Our own Robin Lundberg summed it up best on Twitter.
A-Rod reportedly purchased Biogenesis documents to destroy them. Luckily for him, his contract remains a document that cannot be destroyed.
— Robin Lundberg (@robinlundberg) April 12, 2013
The 37-year-old Rodriguez is still due $114 million over the next five years -- not including "milestone home run" bonuses, which could add up to another $30 million.
With that, we ask you to weigh in: Do you believe A-Rod's denials?