We asked, and you answered.
With Alex Rodriguez set to make his 2013 home debut at Yankee Stadium, we asked readers on Twitter and Facebook a simple question: "Would you boo or cheer Alex Rodriguez on Friday, and why?"
The best results will appear in Friday's paper, but here's a sampling of some of the responses.
@NewsdaySports I would yodel at him. I think he's often from somewhere else.— Maury Brown (@BizballMaury) August 8, 2013
@NewsdaySports how many chances does he get?integrity and morals should come before a tainted homeruns by a liar and a cheat.use commonsense— JUST SAYING... (@HATS_ALL_FOLKS) August 8, 2013
@NewsdaySports Neither, never booed any player on a team I root for but I don't agree with what he did.— SRRAG4454 (@SandyGWrites) August 8, 2013
@NewsdaySports ARod, Barry Bonds and Lance Armstrong can form the Legion of Fake Superstars. BOO— Walter Sego (@Walters_Ego) August 8, 2013
@NewsdaySports You boo him, you don’t cheer for a cheater. You can’t. It’s inhuman.— Sam Neumann (@Crazy4NYSports) August 8, 2013
@NewsdaySports Neither. Let him soak in the silence of how insignificant he is to the game now— Vamos Mets (@VamosMets) August 8, 2013
@NewsdaySports I would boo lustily - then obfuscate when I'm tested for Human Jeer Hormone— A. Schotz (@LawnGyland) August 8, 2013
@NewsdaySports I would not boo ARod. I would boo Selig for causing this circus and not acting faster against steroids for "good of the game"— donna p (@dp57) August 8, 2013
@NewsdaySports cheer. I believe there are so many players using enhancements. It's not fair to just signal him out.— Shawn Leonardi (@sleo03) August 8, 2013