Until Saturday, there had been no life sentence for major league baseball players found guilty of using performance-enhancing substances.
But baseball was more than willing to set a precedent in Alex Rodriguez’s case.
He is done now. All but dead as far as baseball is concerned.
Rodriguez can issue statements and hire a chorus line of greasy lawyers and threaten to take his “plight” to federal court, but what part of “get lost” does Alex not understand?
On Saturday, an…