WATCH: A-Rod's attorney finds himself in tight spot on 'Today' show
Alex Rodriguez's attorney is making the media rounds, and so far not so good for the A-Rod camp.
Well, then. Mr. Tacopina has had, one assumes, better days.
Still, let the record show that Mr. Tacopina believes his client "should not serve one inning of a suspension, as opposed to 211 games."
The real takeaway, though, is that whoever within MLB came up with the idea to waive the confidentiality agreement as a preemptive strike deserves a raise today. Tacopina was clearly unprepared for that possibility.
Yes, he'd be a fool to sign any such documents on live television and without examining them closely, but it was a winning public-relations move by MLB.
It came in a tight spot against the Cubs on Friday night
The Louisville Bats know how to make the best of a bad situation
He hit his 10th of the season against the Orioles on Friday night
A familiar face is headed back to Toronto
The decorated gymnast was on hand to throw out the first pitch on Friday
It has to do with their performance before the All-Star break and their very different performance...