Alex Rodriguez's handwritten apology note to fans has sparked some remorse in another A-Rod, Andy Roddick, who read his own letter of apology on Fox Sports Live on Wednesday.
While the Yankees slugger directed his plea for forgiveness to fans, Roddick looks to chair umpires for reconciliation.
Roddick says that his publicist has told him to be very sorry for the way he treated the officials during his years as a tennis pro.
The former world No.1 retired from tennis in 2012 at the age of 30.
- Brendan Maloy