A-Rod Apologizes to Fans for Steroid Use

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Major League Baseball is not suspending Yankees star Alex Rodriguez.

A-Rod has admitted to using performing enhancing drugs between 2001 and 2003. The league did not start suspending players for drug use until 2005.

Today at a news conference, Rodriguez took questions and apologized for letting his fans down.

Gary Levell, former Major League player and Yankees coach is against steroid use. But he doesn't think it should take away from Rodriguez's success.

"I think he's being picked on obviously because he has been one of the best players for a long time," Levell said. "They're saying now 'We know why he's a great player.' He was a great player before steroids became an issue, and I don't think you can take away from his abilities."

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