OK so chances are just going to be something that blows over.
However, Major League Baseball is investigating Alex Rodriguez for another high-stakes poker game he allegedly took part in. Apparently he's been warned about this before and while they don't believe he himself has ever bet on baseball, they're concerned about the people that he's hung out with.
The article also mentions concern by MLB that A-Rod's name could turn up in a federal investigation of a physician that has been smuggling HGH and other drugs into the country. (Author's note: I can't help but chuckle at hearing a Toronto-based physician smuggling HGH in light of the conversations we've been having the last few days, but carry on)In 2005, Rodriguez had been warned about gambling in underground poker clubs by the Yankees and by baseball commissioner Bud Selig, both of whom were concerned that possible involvement with gamblers who might be betting on baseball games could result in a Pete Rose-type lifetime ban from baseball.