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If you’re expecting a big splash by the trade deadline you’re not going to get it. With that said, there are a couple of serviceable players out there that could be moved to help your contending team. Once again – the usual sellers are selling and buyers are buying. We will see. Enjoy the weekend.
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Alex Rodriguez, who leads the league in Headlines Earned despite his season-long absence from the field, is set to return to the Yankees on Monday. Hopefully for the Bombers, the stories he inspires in the second-half will pertain to baseball.
A-Rod returns to the Yankees lineup on Monday.
There, already, is an indication of A-Rod’s waning ability. A piece about an 0-37 slide...
Alex Rodriguez expects to be back with the New York Yankees early next week, even as early as Monday when they face off against the Texas Rangers in Arlington. Rodriguez is trying to return from a second hip surgery. He has not played in a major league game since the 2012 postseason in which he went 3-for-25 with 12 strikeouts. He was pinch-hit for and benched during the playoffs...
Alex Rodriguez is now on schedule to join the New York Yankees as early as Monday in Texas, after a stint with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Friday. His 20-day rehab limit ends Sunday.
"I feel good," said Rodriguez, who underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left hip in January. "What I'm happy with is I'm getting the barrel of the bat on the ball. I'...
It’s an open secret that the New York Yankees don’t want third baseman Alex Rodriguez, back in the lineup, not with the impending suspensions that are supposedly coming from Major League Baseball, so this is an injury they may welcome.
Rodriguez, who was expected to return to the team on Monday, after missing the first four months of the season due to a hip injury, injured...
Alex Rodriguez was hitless in four at-bats and played DH instead of third base after feeling tightness in his left quad before the Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders game.
Rodriguez struck out three times as he continues to rehab from the left hip surgery he had in January. He told reporters after the game that his quad was sore and that he wasn't sure if he would play...
Alex Rodriguez opened up and explained why the New York Yankees third baseman won't give up on rejoining the team this season knowing he'll be facing angry fans, declining skills, the over-zealous media, an MLB steroid investigation and possible suspension.
In a revealing interview with New York Post reporter Joel Sherman, the soon-to-be 38-year-old A-Rod explains the...
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez isn't ready to rejoin the team.
The Yankees said Rodriguez has a Grade 1 strain of his left quadriceps muscle and won't be able to return this week in Texas, as had been planned. Instead, Rodriguez will remain on the disabled list and return to Tampa, Fla., "for rest and treatment," the Yankees said in a statement issued...
Third baseman Alex Rodriguez will rejoin the New York Yankees on Monday in Texas, team president Randy Levine has confirmed to Bob Nightengale of USA Today.
"If he's ready to come back, and he's healthy, he'll be back Monday night," Levine told Nightengale. "We need Alex Rodriguez. We need a right-handed bat. We need a third baseman. He's the best...
Yankees highly scrutinized and oft-injured third baseman Alex Rodriguez says he will be in the Yankees lineup Monday. This is unexpected as Rodriguez has only eight rehab games under his belt since returning to baseball. A-Rod struggled in the playoffs last year, but with the slew of injuries to starters in 2013, he would be a welcome sight to the lineup. Listen to the interview...
Get ready, baseball fans. Alex Rodriguez‘s triumphant return is almost upon us.
Rodriguez told WFAN’s Mike Francesa on Wednesday that he plans to be in the Yankees lineup Monday against his former team, the Rangers, in Texas. The 37-year-old has not seen major league action since undergoing hip surgery this past offseason.
Since returning to the diamond, A-Rod has gone 5-for...
While Alex Rodriguez has his sights set on a Monday return against the Rangers in Texas, general manager Brian Cashman is waiting to see what the next few days bring.
“Let’s get through the weekend,’’ Cashman said of Rodriguez jumping off the disabled list in time to face Yu Darvish in Arlington.
Rodriguez, who didn’t play yesterday after a morning workout, is slated...
Alex Rodriguez is now on schedule to join the New York Yankees as
early as Monday in Texas, after a stint with Triple-A
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Friday. His 20-day rehab limit ends
Alex Rodriguez has a message for those skeptics who don’t think he’ll return to the Yankees soon: “I have your doubts right here…
Arod is moving on with life despite the gigantic black cloud that is a possible 100 game suspension hanging over his head.
Rodriguez was a guest on WFAN’s Mike Francesa show on Wednesday and spoke in detail about his rehab progression. Although he’s only batting .179 with one home run and 7 strike outs in 10 games, he said he’s ready to return to his team.
The New York Yankees are hopeful that third baseman Alex Rodriguez will complete his minor league rehab this weekend and join the team in Texas early next week. “That’s the hope,” general manager Brian Cashman said in a phone conversation Wednesday with ESPNNewYork.com. “We’ll see