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 Through exhaustive reporting and interviews, Roberts details A-Rod as a plunge-in-progress, a once-in-a-generation baseball talent tortured by an internal struggle between the polished family man he wants to be and the unabashed hedonist he has become.
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ISBN-10:  0061791652 (pbk.)
ISBN-13:  9780061791659 (pbk.)
Author:  Selena Roberts
Genre:  Biography
Publisher:  HarperCollins
Date Published:  ©2009, February 23, 2010
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review by . June 19, 2013
A-Rod, by Selena Roberts, doesn't take long to cut to the heart of what it really is. You can tell what it is easily by looking to the top of the cover, where it mentions that Roberts is the Sports Illustrated writer who broke A-Rods steroids scandal.    As far as tomes to the fallen baseball heroes we once loved and wanted to believe in go, A-Rod is even more egregious and angry-written than Jeff Pearlman's The Rocket that Fell to Earth, a biography of Roger Clemens in which …
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