Like Roger Clemens before him, R-Rod might learn that being in the media spotlight is not good. All kinds of stories coming out:
The Winnipeg Free Press tries to wrap things up on A-Rod.
The Baltimore Sun says MLB is interested in A-Rod's buddies including Angel Presinal.
Primobolan in not OTC (over-the-counter) says the Dominican Republican via the Miami Hertald.
Rodriguez said earlier this week in Tampa that he and his cousin, Yuri Sucart, purchased an over-the-counter drug, which he identified as ''boli,'' from a pharmacy in the Dominican Republic between 2001 and 2003. But Primobolan, one of the drugs that Rodriguez reportedly tested positive for, is not available for legal purchase with a prescription in the Dominican Republic, ESPN Deportes said. The network quoted Pia Veras, who oversees the agency that regulates pharmaceutical drugs in the Dominican Republic.
''What Alex Rodriguez stated in the press conference doesn't make sense,'' Veras said. ``It is important for us to clarify that such substance has not been registered, and is not currently registered for legal sale in Dominican pharmacies -- not now, and the same applies for the years 2001 to 2003.''