Trace amounts of banned A-Rod found in Princeton

BY STEPHEN WOOD
Sports Editor

Photo by NY Daily News.

Embattled probably-still-future MLB Hall of Famer Alex Rodriguez and his girlfriend, Torrie Wilson, stopped by Princeton on Saturday, presumably on the way to meet with one of Rodriguez’s attorneys, according to the NY Post. The Yankees third baseman, whose 2013 season has been made a nightmare by nagging injuries and the Biogenesis scandal, reportedly toured several of the campus’ notable buildings and visited the baseball and football fields.

No word on the exact purpose of the visit, although it’s possible that A-Rod was hoping to get Mike Ford’s autograph.

Or maybe it was a college visit. With the MLB ready to hand him its longest ever non-lifetime suspension – which would even ban him from playing in Japan and Korea – he may be considering using his expected increase in free time to go back and finally get that college degree. Although Rodriguez has missed the deadline to apply for the Class of 2017, he could certainly help his chances of getting into the Class of 2018 by donating a new stadium or three or by pulling some strings with influential Princeton grad Eliot Spitzer ’81, with whom he purportedly shares at least one mutual friend.

Although I’m sure he enjoyed visiting the place where they filmed A Beautiful Mind, and he would be all but assured a starting spot on the baseball team (or really any Princeton team), it isn’t likely that A-Rod will want to attend an institution with an honor code – he may, however, like the way they do things over at Harvard.

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