Found September 28, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Alex Rodriguez’s season likely is over. The third baseman said he didn’t expect to play in either of the final two games of the year because of nagging leg injuries. “I don’t think I’m playing this weekend” Rodriguez said after sitting out his second straight game a 3-2 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park. “My calf is pretty sore still.” He also has been bothered by a left hamstring issue as well as a sore right calf. When asked what he thought of his season as a whole Rodriguez backtracked somewhat. “Let’s see” Rodriguez said. “I didn’t say 100 percent [that it was over].” Before the game manager Joe Girardi said he wasn’t sure if he would have Rodriguez in the last games of the season.
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