(Photo: Splash News Online) New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez had nothing else to say to reporters about the banned substance he has admitted using, or the cousin who allegedly gave it to him.
"I'm not talking about it anymore," Rodriguez said yesterday.
Asked about whether reps from Major League Baseball wanted to discuss this matter further, he said, "I'd rather not get into that."
AP also reports he also wouldn't discuss what went on behind closed doors with team owner George Steinbrenner. As the three-time AL MVP trained on the main field at the spring training camp, fans were mostly supportive.
That was something Madonna's former squeeze was happy to discuss.
"The relief was just putting the uniform back on and running out there with my teammates," Rodriguez said. "No matter what happens and what has occurred in my life, the baseball field is where I feel most comfortable."
Meanwhile, efforts to talk to A-Rod's cousin, Yuri Sucart of Miami, were largely unsuccessful. When a man and woman drove to the house to open the gate, he warned reporters, "We have dogs." One reporter noticed a small cocker spaniel.