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Major League Baseball came down hard today on players it found to be involved with Biogenesis, the Florida clinic linked to performance enhancing drugs.

The most prominent among them, New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez, was suspended for 211 games - through the end of the 2014 season.

A-Rod, of course, is expected to appeal the suspension and remain eligible this evening - which happens to mark his 2013 debut - pending a hearing.

MLB commissioner Bud Selig issued statements on Alex Rodriguez and on the state of baseball's anti-drug program, which he expressed pride in.

Selig said Rodriguez's punishment will begin this week and cover the 2013 and 2014 postseasons, and was covered under the drug program's protocols.

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Could Alex Rodriguez be facing a lifetime ban from Major League Baseball?

According to a new CBS News report, that possibility is not that far fetched.

After Ryan Braun was suspended after reaching a deal with MLB, admitting PED use and accepted his 65-game suspension, some thought A-Rod would follow suit.

That is apparently not the case.

Home Run Hitter

Alex Rodriguez's name has been linked to the current Biogenesis performance-enhancing drug scandal, but the Yankees star is not looking to settle.

As a result, Rodriguez is reportedly facing the possibility of a lifetime ban.

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Alex Rodriguez should stick to being fed popcorn by Cameron Diaz.

For the second time in a few years, the Yankees third baseman is at the center of an underground poker scandal. According to Radar Online, ARod took part in a couple illegal Texas Hold 'Em games in the recent past, during which cocaine was used and a brawl broke out.

Major League Baseball is looking into the allegations and taking them "very seriously," an insider tells ESPN.

Alex Rodriguez on The Late Show

The Yankees have won five games in a row without Alex Rodriguez in the lineup.

The games were held at the Beverly Hills mansion of record executive Cody Leibel, with the host losing "more than a half-million dollars" at one, a witness told Radar, and violence subsequently breaking out over his refusal to pay.

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Considering his past relationship with Madonna, it's safe to assume that Alex Rodriguez yearns to be included in the celebrity gossip world.

But what about those stars that grew up dreaming of playing professional baseball? How many of them would trade spots with ARod? And how many have already tried to follow his muscle-bound lead?

Following the news that Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003, our staff flipped through countless pictures and came up with a list of actors/singers that may have been enhancing their performances with more than mere protein shakes.

Cheer up, Alex Rodriguez. You aren't the only star to have tried steroids.

This is mere speculation on our part, but click on the following photos to see which celebs may be juiced up on more than just Kool Aid...

Dwayne Johnson, Shirtless