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Daniel Ricciardo believes he deserves a serious chance to compete for the Formula 1 world title. The Red Bull driver also claims his hunger to become world champion is greater than some other drivers currently on the grid.There are a lot of drivers here on the grid, but not everyone is willing to do what it takes, or take the risk, to really fight for the top, Ricciardo told Sky Sports F1. Some are just happy to be here, which is fair enough, but my desire goes beyond that and Im ready to take the next step. Marc Priestley and Mark Blundell discuss where they would rank Daniel Ricciardo on the Formula One grid. Ricciardo returns to action at the Canadian GP this weekend for the first time since the disappointment of losing a likely victory at F1s showpiece Monaco GP to Mercedes Lewis Hamilton after Red Bull made a mistake with tyres at his final pit stop.Amid simmering frustration after the race two weeks ago, he told Sky Sports News HQ I should be getting more rewarded for his performances. Ricciardo last won a race in 2014.The Australian was asked about his comments on Thursday in Montreal and reiterated his desire to fight for the sports top prize.I feel I deserve a chance to fight for a title now, he said ahead of his 95th grand prix weekend.I feel that, I believe it. I feel Im doing everything I can. Watch Sky F1 on NOW TV Watch the Canadian Grand Prix, live only on Sky F1. You can also watch on NOW TV for £6.99 The 26-year-old admitted he needed a few days to cool off from the frustration of Monaco before speaking on the phone to his race engineer and team boss Christian Horner and has now moved on from the disappointment.Red Bull have promised to implement robust procedures to avoid a repeat of the communication mix-up. Ricciardo has welcomed the teams response to the blunder, although explained his post-race frustration had already been building up before the teams race-losing error.It was definitely a combination of a lot of things, he explained.Is Ricciardo in F1s top three?I was already quite frustrated after the first pit stop and then seeing Lewis go with the wets and do one less pit stop than us. I was already thinking the race was lost behind him, in a way. So that was the first one and then the second pit stop compounded everything.Then I guess it happened two weeks in a row and Monaco, we know how important track position is so it didnt matter if we had a soft or a supersoft. If we came out ahead of Lewis 99 per cent of time youre going to stay ahead of him no matter what the compound is.Ricciardo sits behind only Mercedes pair Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton in the Drivers Championship, but feels he would have won the last two races in Spain and Monaco had team decisions and strategy proved more favourable. The Australians three race wins from 2014 - the first of which came in Montreal - remain the only ones of his six-season F1 career and Ricciardo added: There have guys who have been here a long time, for sure, but I came into the team when they were the best and unfortunately when I joined they were no longer the best.We have gone a few years and we havent had that many opportunities, but in 2014 when they arose I felt like I took them. Then this year weve had a few and havent been able to maximise it.Mark Hughes: Ricciardo is driver of the season so farNonetheless, despite a series of missed opportunities, Ricciardo insisted a wedge had not been driven between himself and the team.For a few days I was upset and rueing some missed opportunities, but its one of those things that happens. Its unfortunate it happened back to back [with Spain], that expanded the feelings and emotions a lot more. 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PETERSBURG, Florida – Its been almost seven years since the Blue Jays last won a series at Tropicana Field.NEW YORK -- Major League Baseballs key witness in its case against Alex Rodriguez said he designed and administered an elaborate doping program for the 14-time All-Star starting in 2010. Anthony Bosch, the founder of the now shuttered Florida anti-aging clinic, Biogenesis, said in a "60 Minutes" interview aired on CBS on Sunday night that Rodriguez paid him $12,000 per month to provide him with an assortment of banned drugs that included testosterone and human growth hormone. Rob Manfred, the chief operating officer of Major League Baseball, said during the news program that Bosch chose to co-operate in the investigation in part because he feared for his life. MLBs suspension of Rodriguez was reduced on Saturday by an arbitrator from 211 games to 162, plus all playoff games next season. Rodriguezs lawyers plan to file a suit in federal court Monday to overturn the arbitration ruling. Commissioner Bud Selig, who did not testify during the sluggers appeal, defended the largest suspension ever handed out under the Joint Drug Agreement. "In my judgment his actions were beyond comprehension," Selig said on the show. "I think 211 games was a very fair penalty." Bosch said he began working with Rodriguez -- who was motivated by his pursuit of 800 career home runs -- five days before the New York Yankees third baseman hit his 600th homer on Aug. 4, 2010. Bosch said the first words out of Rodriguezs mouth were: "What did Manny Ramirez take in 2008 and 2009?" Ramirez was suspended 50 games in 2009 while with the Los Angeles Dodgers after testing positive for a banned drug, his first of two offences. Of the 14 players suspended as a result of MLBs investigation into Biogenesis, Rodriguez was the only one to appeal the ban. A self-taught practitioner who was once fined $5,000 for practicing medicine without a license, Bosch outlined his relationship with the three-time AL MVP. He said he designed the program to help Rodriguez maximize the effects of the drugs and remain clean in the eyes of baseball. Rodriguez never failed a test during the period in question. Detailing a clandestine operation, Bosch said the duo used code words for the drugs like "gummies" for testosterone lozenges, which Rodriguez sometimes took right before games. Bosch said he once drew A-Rods blood in the bathroom stall of a Miami restaurant. Bosch also said he injected A-Rod with banned drugs because the former No. 1 draft pick with 654 career homers was afraid of needles. Details of Boschs relationship with Rodriguez have never been made public because the Joint Drug Agreement and Collective Bargaining Agreement requires confidentiality from both sides. Rodriguezs lawyer Joseph Tacopina chastised MLB for participating in the segment -- even though he also was interviewed. "Tonights further expansion of Bud Selig and Rob Manfreds quest to destroy Alex Rodriguez goes beyond comprehension," he said in a statement. "In a clearly pre-orchestrated display, Selig and Manfred, having known for some time what the result of the arbitration would be (in light of Manfred sitting on the arbitration panel) put forth an unparalleled display of hubris and vindictiveness -- complete with Manfred appearing in tandem with the drug dealer Tony Bosch, both in full makeup, celebrating the joint victory of Boschs lies and Manfreds intimidation and payments for testimony." The players association, which filed the appeal on Rodriguezs bbehalf, said in a statement it was disappointed, and that they might take action.dddddddddddd "It is unfortunate that Major League Baseball apparently lacks faith in the integrity and finality of the arbitrators decision and our Joint Drug Agreement, such that it could not resist the temptation to publicly pile-on against Alex Rodriguez," the statement said. "MLBs post-decision rush to the media is inconsistent with our collectively-bargained arbitration process, in general, as well as the confidentiality and credibility of the Joint Drug Agreement, in particular. "As a result, the Players Association is considering all legal options available to remedy any breaches committed by MLB," the statement said. Baseball said in a statement later Sunday that it had informed the players association it would respond publicly once the appeal is over. "It is ironic that the MLBPA is complaining about MLBs participation in this program given that Mr. Rodriguezs lawyer is also participating in the show," the statement said, referring to Tacopina. The 38-year-old Rodriguez has denied he ever took illegal substances after 2003 -- he admitted in 2009 he took steroids from 2001-03. He already sued MLB and Selig in October, claiming they are engaged in a "witch hunt" against him. "60 Minutes" reported it had over 500 Blackberry messages between Bosch and Rodriguez. Baseball connected the pin number of the messages to a phone owned by Rodriguez. Said one message from a phone owned by A-Rod: "Gummie at 1045am?... game at 1pm." Rodriguezs lawyers have said they were talking about nutrition in their exchanges. The news program also displayed a heavily redacted document showing a payment of nearly $50,000 from "A-Rod Corporation" to Boschs lawyer -- a sum that was returned. The payment, according to Bosch, was part of an effort by Rodriguez and his people to keep Bosch quiet. After Bosch rejected Rodriguezs request for him to sign an affidavit affirming he never gave A-Rod PEDs, Bosch says among other things it was suggested he "leave town" until the case was over. He says he was offered money and a trip to Colombia. When he rejected the trip, Bosch said his ex-girlfriend received a text in Spanish that said Bosch would not live until the end of the year. Tacopina denied it all. "Absolutely not. He didnt bribe anyone. There was no allegation that he bribed anyone," Tacopina said. "And the notion that Bosch is now coming on a television interview without the benefit of cross-examination or an oath -- is laughable." Baseball finally got its breakthrough with Bosch after MLB sued him. A lawyer advised Bosch to "align ourself with somebody as powerful as Alex." In a scene right out of a suspense movie, Manfred and a top league lawyer met with Bosch at a Miami restaurant. "He was fidgety, nervous, uncomfortable," Manfred said. "His principal concern from the very beginning was his personal safety." "He told us that there had been threats on his life," Manfred continued. "Some of them were associates of baseball players which was an issue of great concern to us, some of them were associates of Alex Rodriguez. ... The individual that was of greatest concern to Mr. Bosch was a known associate of Mr. Rodriguez." Baseball and Bosch struck a deal that included security for Bosch in exchange for his testimony. ' ' '

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