I shouldn't expect a television news reporter to present information in a fair, accurate or thought provoking way, but whoever the 60 minutes guy was did a terrible job - "did you ever think about the integrity of the game"?
When Bosch brought up Rodriguez competing against guys who were also using that would have been an opportunity to actually delve into the subject of PED's in baseball. Instead 60 minutes decides to make the nothing statement that there were some players that didn't use.
it did seem extremely biased, but if what was said is true, that is unbelievable.
Trying to make Bosch go to Columbia
Texting his girlfriend that he'll be dead by the end of the year because he refused to go
Trying to force Bosch into signing something that said he never dealt with A Rod
And thats all forgetting the fact that he used so many banned substances.
I guess now they need to watch the players as they urinate to make sure that they are peeing the beginning and end of the stream into the cup, and not just the middle. lol.
@AndrewMarchand: Seriously, if someone threatens to kill you, do you go to the police or MLB?
@matthewpouliot: Again, MLB, which bribed Bosch, is accusing A-Rod of attempting to bribe Bosch.
@AndrewMarchand: Takeaway: Stoners who take drug tests at work will be trying to time their urine out take. Also, a lot of googling on that one.
@AndrewMarchand: Honey, I think someone is breaking in. I'm going to call 9-1-1.
No, don't, call M-L-B.
I don't think they "accused" him of trying to bribe Bosch. They just stated that they did and he tried to, and they were open and honest about it. They didnt secretly wire $50,000 to his bank account. Big difference.