In an interview with Peter Gammons, Alex Rodriguez told the baseball world just how sorry he was for making the mistake of taking performance enhancing drugs. Most people on this site immediately thought he was being disingenuous and that there was nothing admirable about his apology. So while watching the interview I came up with the perfect plan to win back the baseball world, the fans and to get back in the good graces of the hall of fame voters. If we are to take Alex at his word, he only took PED's during the 2001-2003 seasons. During that time he piled up 156 home-runs, 395 runs batted in, 569 hits, 44 stolen bases and 249 base on balls. If Alex really wants to take a stand, here is what he should do: Call up Bud Selig and Major League Baseball and tell them to take away any and all stats he earned during those three seasons. This also means he'd be stripped of his 2003 Most Valuable Player award as well. Unfortunately we will never know for sure if those were the only seasons, but it will surely speak volumes about his commitment to making things right. This is Alex Rodriguez, the ultimate stat and attention whore giving back three seasons of his life to prove his point. Of course this means he will (most likely) lose his chance to break Barry Bonds home run record, but it may put him back into consideration for induction into the baseball hall of fame. He may also win back some fans, some respect and make his remaining years in baseball a slightly more tolerable. In the end that's what it's all about for Alex, being accepted and quite frankly this might be his only shot at that.