Wednesday, March 31, 2004
A-Rod Speaks... And Sean Wishes He Wouldn't
"I was overcome with a sense of depression," Rodriguez said. "There were days I didn't want to go to the park."If that doesn't give the Rangers added incentive to give a hiding to Yankee pitchers, I don't know what would. Bonds detractors, note well: whatever else he's done in his career, Barry hasn't touched this particular dual peak of arrogance and pettiness. As Sean put it, "Just. Shut. Up."
Rodriguez also said he told his wife that he failed to see any "light at the end of the tunnel" and that he would have never come to the Rangers if he had been told it would have been Rodriguez and "24 kids."