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Alex Rodriguez has finally spoken out about his ex-girlfriend Cameron Diaz.
A-Rod addressed the actress, using her initials as a term of endearment, in an interview with "The Insider" host Kevin Frazier in the show airing Thursday night.
"I don't like talking about my relationships, but I will tell you about CD: She's probably one of the greatest human beings I've ever met, and just an amazing light," Rodriguez said.
But when asked about marriage, the divorced Yankee slugger was less enthusiastic.
"I'm not sure," he says. "I think my new hero is George Clooney."
The movie star and eternal bachelor's girlfriend Stacy Keibler is close friends with Rodriguez's new love Torrie Wilson.
"He's my new role model," he said of Clooney. "I think he's done it right."
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Commenting on his previous relationship with Cameron Diaz and the prospects of him ever getting married again, the slugger said he now emulates the Hollywood star's unhitched lifestyle.
Michael Pineda (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The Yankees biggest off-season news was trading top prospects Jesus Montero and Hector Noesi to the Mariners for phenom pitcher Michael Pineda.
Pineda has yet to pitch for the Yankees, as he showed up to Spring Training overweight and out-of-shape.
The Yankees thought that starting on the 15-day DL would give Pineda time to build up his arm...
The New York Yankees suffered a significant loss Wednesday when the team announced 23-year-old right-handed pitcher Michael Pineda will miss the rest of the season with a torn anterior labral in his right shoulder, according to ESPNNewYork.com. Pineda, who was acquired from the Seattle Mariners during the offseason in a trade for Jesus Montero, will undergo surgery on May 1, the...
I made a trip out to Trenton this past Saturday for a rare 5:05 start to watch the Thunder play host to the Washington Nationals Double-A affiliate, Harrisburg Senators.
Some seasons have seen Thunder manager Tony Franklin blessed with tremendous pitching staffs with zero hitting, and other seasons have seen him write in a tremendous lineup while wondering if his pitchers can limit...
According to MLB.com’s Bryan Hoch, Michael Pineda has been diagnosed with an “anterior labral tear”, and surgery is set for May 1st. Compared to elbow surgery, which has become almost routine at this point, recoveries from shoulder problems have not gone nearly as well. Since we don’t know the extent of the tear, it is impossible to say that this is the worst case scenario...
John Paul Morosi just wrote a piece breaking down the Jesus Montero for Michael Pineda trade . Now we are certain the Seattle Mariners are ahead in the deal, at least for 2012.
Pineda's second opinion on his bum shoulder discovered the need for surgery to repair an anterior laberal tear. Ouch. He'll go under the knife on May 1 and is done for the season. It's a tough...
Credit this American League East assist to the Seattle Mariners. Michael Pineda, the 22-year-old pitching phenom who was sent from Seattle to New York in the offseason for bit parts and star hitting prospect Jesus Montero, will miss the entire 2012 season, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman told reporters Wednesday afternoon. Pineda has a labrum tear in his right shoulder -- his...
Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda needs surgery on his right shoulder
and will miss the rest of the season, the team announced Wednesday.
Bill "Moose" Skowron, the popular New York Yankees first baseman of the 1950s and '60s, died early Friday morning at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights, Ill., after a long battle with lung cancer. He was 81. Skowron, who died of congestive heart failure as a result of the cancer, was a four-time all-star and was the Yankees' starting first baseman...
Michael Pineda Shoulder Injury: Were the Yankees Hoodwinked? | Bleacher Report.
During the offseason, the New York Yankees were involved in one of the biggest trades of the year when they traded away highly touted catcher/DH Jesus Montero to the Seattle Mariners for pitcher Michael Pineda. Reviews were mixed as to which team won the deal at the time.
The season opened with Pineda on the DL with soreness in his right shoulder as he experienced diminished velocity...
By Dave BuscemaThe Sports Xchange NEW YORK -- As the New York Yankees came back from a late two-run deficit, Alex Rodriguez helped them rally. In the ninth, he didn't have to do anything but wave his arms to make sure they didn't need another one in the Yankees' 7-6 win over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night. Rodriguez, who had three hits and a home run, frantically...