By The Associated Press Sports Writer | July 17, 2018 10:12:31PM EDTA lot of athletes get their fans to believe in them, and the sports world has been a bit of a circus in the past year as the NFL and NBA have been embroiled in legal battles with players and teams.
That is not to say there are no legitimate reasons to follow a sport, but the popularity of a sport is based on a number of factors, and there are plenty of reasons to be skeptical of the numbers.
Take for example, the popularity with athletes of the former New York Yankees catcher Alex Rodriguez, who was caught cheating on his wife.
Rodriguez’s reputation has taken a hit over the past few months after he was caught with a sex tape.
The video was posted on a site called Live With Kelly and Michael, which is an online dating site for men who have cheated on their wives.
The video quickly went viral, and a new documentary called ‘The Truth About Alex’ was released.
Rodgers, who is in the final year of a four-year, $62 million contract with the Yankees, said he didn’t want to make a public statement, but that he was “disappointed” by the video.
He said he would continue to play ball and work on his rehabilitation.
Rodriquez’s popularity among the fans has been based on the fact that he is not afraid to admit mistakes, or that he wants to make amends, even when he is in a position of power.
His fans are more likely to believe him when he says he’s not the guy who caught cheating in the first place, and they are more willing to forgive his actions if he takes responsibility.
The number of fans who have signed up to follow Rodriguez has gone up by nearly 200,000 fans in the last 24 hours, and he has received more than 8 million fans for his Instagram post.
He also has a following among the young generation of sports fans, a demographic that is a big reason why he is so popular.
His popularity has taken off because he is the only man to win three Gold Gloves in his career, and has become the face of baseball and a symbol of masculinity in the sport.