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Could Alex Rodriguez soon become the new $114 million bench warmer for the Los Angeles Dodgers or Angels? TMZ reports that A-Rod and his main squeeze Torrie Wilson were spotted house hunting around the ritzy enclave of Beverly Hills on Thursday. Los Angeles would be nice fit for the Yankees' albatross. He does preen himself like a Hollywood movie star Lucky for the one-time slugger, it looks like A-Rod's pro-wrestling girlfriend has put that whole ALCS ball-tossing Australian bikini model pick-up incident behind her. A multi-million dollar bungalow can do that to a girl. Hopefully for Yankees fans, maybe the A-Rod trade rumors, in the wake of his no-show in the playoffs, are true. The zip code 90210 sure beats that other number .120 — better known as A-Rod's postseason batting average in 2012 .
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The New York Yankees have tried to put forward the notion that Alex Rodriguez will be their third basemen in 2013 but rumors to the contrary keep popping up. Rodriguez has publicly stated his intention to play for the Yankees.
While both parties are saying all the right things you would believe if there was one team that had any interest in Rodriguez they would Brian Cashman a ring...
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Alex Rodriguez may be the highest paid player in the league, but not one GM has made a call to the Yankees asking about his availability. According to USA Today, not one has called the Yankees wanting A-Rod’s services.
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- The Man With the Iron Fists, which features former WWE Champion Dave Bautista, opened today to mixed reviews. It is currently at a 56% on RottenTomatoes.com. Out of the 25 reviews so far, 14 have been positive while 11 are negative.
- According to TMZ, former WWE Diva Torrie Wilson and Alex Rodriguez were house hunting in Beverly Hills yesterday.
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The New York Yankees are coming off a rough postseason where all of their main hitters went cold and the team was swept out of the American League Championship Series. While the slump was team-wide, much of the blame fell on Alex Rodriguez, who finished the playoffs 3-for-25 with a .120 batting average.
Considering how much A-Rod has been making with the Yankees,...