Rodriguez also implied the story was just the latest in a series of leaks designed to further tarnish his image as he moves forward with his appeal of the 211-game suspension, which was handed down to him by MLB commissioner Bud Selig on August 5th:
We're all going to have to get ready for a bumpy road. It's going to get bigger every day. I would expect bigger and bigger stories to come out every day. It's frustrating that it's coming out one drip at a time. You wish all of this could be done in a confidentiality manner like the collective bargaining agreement says it should, but that's not the case. We're going to have to deal with it. When I have the right platform at the right time and the time is appropriate -which is not now - I will tell my full story.
It's being said, by a source, that Rodriguez is considering taking action against CBS and 60 Minutes. The source claims that, "They're going to get sued. Call him whatever you want, stupid, but Alex is not a rat."