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Raissman: Even if Alex Rodriguez talks about Robinson Cano’s ban on ESPN telecast, will anyone believe him?

Now, because his pal and former teammate Cano will serve an 80-game suspension, A-Rod will likely be forced to once again address the subject of performance-enhancing drugs, his own experiences, and Cano’s future, on national TV. Rodriguez has already gone through this in the ESPN booth. In March, during an exhibition game telecast, he reluctantly talked about Twins shortstop Jorge Polanco, who tested positive for Stanozolol, being whacked for 80 games. Rodriguez’s soliloquy was highly scripted as, in case you haven’t noticed, most of his TV work is.

Bob Raissman

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