FBI agents are going to talk with Alex Rodriguez about Canadian sports physician Tony Galea at some point this spring, but according to The New York Daily News, the Yankees third baseman remains calm.
Galea is being investigated for drug violations in Canada.
Federal investigators have yet to schedule a sitdown with Rodriguez, but they already have interviewed the New York Mets' Carlos Beltran and Jose Reyes about Galea. The feds plan to meet with Tiger Woods as well.
Rodriguez isn't losing any sleep over the impending meeting. The three-time AL MVP did not miss a beat on Wednesday as he recorded the Yankees' first spring training hit in the team's 6-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Rodriguez has been open with the media and has provided reporters with meeting updates.
"Nothing new, for a few days," Rodriguez told the Daily News on Thursday.
Perhaps winning his first World Series title has calmed Rodriguez, but we'll have to wait and see how he responds once he meets with federal agents.