Alex Rodriguez broke the hearts of fans and delighted his detractors when he admitted this week that he took performance enhancing drugs during his years as a Texas Ranger. While fans may have a lot of questions, one that we had was why would the Major League Baseball players' union keep their best players' failing test results? Why didn't they destroy them before federal agents confiscated them in a 2004 raid? To help us answer those questions we turn to Michael Schmidt, a reporter for the New York Times has been following this story.
Read the Sports Illustrated article
that outed A-Rod and Michael Schimdt's continuing coverage of the steroid scandal, The Tumult Continues: Tejada Pleads Guilty
from the New York Times.