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Alex Rodriguez is expected to receive a long suspension from MLB today. In this photo from Game 6 of the 2004 ALCS against the Red Sox, A-Rod hit a slow roller between first base and the pitcher’s mound. As Boston hurler Bronson Arroyo fielded the ball and tried to apply the tag, A-Rod slapped the ball from his glove. Derek Jeter, who was on first base, came around to score while Rodriguez advanced to second base as the ball rolled to shallow right field. The umpires huddled after the play and ruled that A-Rod’s slap was interference, forcing Jeter to return to second base and nullifying the run. Boston went onto win the game and the series. (Jeff Zelevansky/Icon SMI)

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Bronson Arroyz Con Pollo

This has been an excellent joke and a wonderful use of your time. 

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