A-Roid is about to 'fess up to the big boss.
Steroid-guzzling New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez will meet with MLB officials, including Commissioner Bud Selig, to talk about the third baseman's admission that he took performance-enhancing drugs, the AP reports.
The informal meeting isn't intended to punish the slugger - MLB higher-ups are more concerned with A-Rod's cousin Yuri Sucart, who provided Rodriguez with the "boli" steroid he took for two years.
The meeting will be held in Tampa, where the Yankees are currently holding their spring training, a baseball official said. Rodriguez will be joined by a lawyer and rep from the Baseball Players Association.
Despite the steroid scandal, A-Rod will still play in Yankee games this weekend before he heads home to the Dominican Republic to prep for the World Series.