A-Rod rips his detractors, says 'I refuse to quit'
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jul 4, 2013
Most people would say, 'Get me out of here. Trade me. Do anything.' I want to compete. I want to stay in New York. I refuse to quit. "But I'm the crazy man who goes, 'I want to compete. I want to stay in New York. I refuse to quit.' I refuse to quit.’ “You hear all of the doubters,” Rodriguez says, “and that just fuels me. They don’t know me. I’m not giving up. I never will. I’m not wired that way. A-Rod also received sharp criticism recently from Yankees general manager Brian Cashman on a tweet about his rehab process. With all the talk of Major League Baseball’s investigation of the South Florida Biogenesis clinic that alleges that New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez and as many as 20 other major league players were disturbuted performance-enhancing drugs, a defiant Rodriguez is finally breaking his silence and says he will not quit no matter what people say about him. A three-time MVP, Rodriguez once again is embroiled in controversy, denying allegations that he received performance-enhancing substances from a Biogenesis clinic in South Florida.