Found October 16, 2012 on
No Guts, No Glory:
Alex Rodriguez is having a rough postseason. And with Yankees president Randy Levine unwilling to commit to A-Rod for next season at this point, who knows if this is the last postseason that we’ll see A-Rod in pinstripes.
One tidbit that probably won’t help A-Rod’s chances of returning to the Yankees is a report in the New York Post that A-Rod wasn’t fully focused on Saturday’s Game 1 of the ALCS against the Tigers. Instead, the Post says that two women sitting a few rows above the Yankees’ dugout had A-Rod’s attention.
After A-Rod was pulled from the lineup in the 8th inning, witnesses told the Post that A-Rod was openly flirting with the two women. And at one point, even sent a note to the women asking for their phone numbers.
“I watched him flirt with two admittedly very cute young women nearby,’’ the witness said.
“Alex was holding a pen and wrote a note on a ball which was thrown at the women by a ball boy,’’ the witness explained.
“The girls, who had already caught two balls,
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HE GOT GAME
The girl Alex Rodriguez was reportedly flirting with during a Yankees ALCS game is an Australian model who has a bikini line.
THE DONALD SPEAKS
Donald Trump, one of the most notorious Alex Rodriguez bashers, recently suggested that A-Rod is a liability and that the Yankees should terminate his contract.
On this edition of The Unsportsmanlike Conduct Show, Alex Rodriguez is a choke savant and the fellas recap the Shock The World trip to Baltimore. The post #theUCshow Podcast: Alex Rodriguez Is A Choke Savant appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Alex Rodriguez may not be able to see a 95 mph fastball down the middle anymore, but he still knows how to spot a hot number in the stands.During the ninth inning of Game 2 of ALCS on Sunday, A-Rod was reportedly seen openly flirting with a couple of pretty ladies behind the New York Yankees dugout while the team was in the middle of a frantic comeback during a crucial game against...
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Alex Rodriguez is as good as gone.
He was the most feared hitter of his generation once. Now he's an afterthought.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi said as much in the aftermath of Tuesday night's AL championship series Game 3 loss to the Tigers. What may turn out to have been New York's last chance to change the course...
The Yankees were ready to bench Alex Rodriguez again when Game 4 of the AL championship series was postponed by rain.
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The Detroit Tigers didn't win the American League pennant Wednesday night. But strategically speaking, they won the rainout.
When Major League Baseball postponed Game 4 until Thursday, the Tigers benefited in two ways: CC Sabathia will no longer be available to pitch a potential Game 7 for the New York Yankees, and Detroit reliever Phil Coke -- who temporarily ascended to the...
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The New York Yankees 9th-inning hero, Raul Ibanez came through once again to tie the Game 1 of the ALCS vs. Detroit Tigers4-4.Derek JeterBut just 15-minutes later, in the top of the 12th-inning, the Tigers scored but in-between the two runs the Yankees postseason took a turn for the worst.The moment caused the Stadium to go silent, as not even the Tigers wanted to watch the Yankees...