Hours after Alex Rodriguez's steroids supplier was sentenced to four years in federal prison, the New York Yankees slugger finally spoke. He issued a five-paragraph, hand-written statement expressing his apologies for getting suspended for 162 games for taking performance-enhancing drugs.
Rodriguez will most likely be in the spotlight, again, when he arrives in Tampa for the start of the Yankees' spring training. It's still unclear at this time if A-Rod will answer any of the media's questions.
But until he speaks, comedian and impressionist Frank Caliendo read Rodriguez's letter in Morgan Freeman's, Jon Gruden's and Chris Berman's voice. The result was hilarious. Take a listen in the video above.