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From the New York Times’ Bats blog comes word that Details Magazine is coming out with a story about A-Rod, who sat for the interview on the day he found out Sports Illustrated reporter Selena Roberts would write he had tested positive for steroids in 2003.

Maybe the article will shed some light on the riddle that is A-Rod, but I have a feeling people will be paying more attention to the photos.

From Bats:

“We thought he was getting to a different level of comfort with himself,” Bhattacharji said. “The picture of him kissing his reflection is very revealing. Is he in love with himself or is he kissing something goodbye?”

A picture of A-Rod kissing his reflection? If you think we overuse the Pat Burrell “Man or Machine” photo, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

2 Responses to “New A-Rod story promises great pics”

  1. I can see it now. There will be a movie about Arod’s life, called The New Dr. Strangelove.

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