A-Rod tested positive for stimulant in 2006 — New York Times source
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 4, 2013
Davis, denied in the report that his client tested positive for a banned stimulant seven years ago. Rodriguez, who has admitted previously to using illegal performance-enhancing drugs from 2001 through 2003 and denied using them since, tested positive for a banned stimulant in 2006, his third season with the Yankees. Among the notable new details is the fact that, according to “two people involved with baseball’s collectively bargained drug-testing program,” Rodriguez tested positive for a banned stimulant in 2006. A-Rod, Manfred, commissioner Bud Selig. "If he's lying about this, what else is he lying about?" The fight has been ratcheted up a notch, after A-Rod's lawyers demanded that Rob Manfred of MLB be removed from the panel overseeing his 211-game suspension hearing. Back to the N.Y. Times for a moment: In a major front-page story in Monday morning’s edition, the New York Times has put forth its findings from months of investigation into the allegations being levied by both sides in Alex Rodriguez’s ongoing arbitration proceedings against Major League Baseball.