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This is either a good thing or a bad thing for the Yankees depending on who you ask: third baseman Alex Rodriguez has been cleared by Yankees doctors, and will be able to play in rehab games starting on July 1st, according to the New York Daily News.
Rodriguez has been embroiled in the Biogenesis scandal all winter, which has taken much of the focus off of his offseason hip surgery. After the surgery, intiial reports had Rodriguez potentially returning around the All-Star Break, and here we are.
Ignoring all of the drama surrounding Rodriguez's link with the clinic and Anthony Bosch, his return could be a nice boost for a Yankees offense that has just a .604 OPS in June while dealing with injuries to Rodriguez, Derek Jeter, Curtis Granderson, Mark Teixeira, and Kevin Youkilis. Youkilis, who was signed this winter to serve almost as a bridge to Rodriguez at third base while A-Rod was rehabbing, has played in just 28 games this season while dealing with a litany of back p...
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New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez has been given medical clearance by doctors to begin rehab games beginning July 1. Rodriguez hasn’t played at all in 2013, having undergone surgery on his left hip in January.It was projected that he could return after the All-Star break, and that timeline seems to be accurate at this point.He would likely need 20 or so games of rehab...
Alex Rodriguez sent out his first tweet on May 31.
back to basics. http://t.co/MFCHhwdiC1
— Alex Rodriguez (@AROD) May 31, 2013
Somehow, almost a month has passed without us realizing his presence on the site. His handle is appropriately AROD, but that can only lead to the people who hate him modifiying it to AROID or AFRAUD or something along those lines...
Alex Rodriguez met Friday with Major League Baseball officials probing the distribution of banned performance-enhancing drugs.
The meeting took place before the New York Yankees third baseman's latest injury rehabilitation game in the minor leagues was rained out.
While A-Rod didn't speak with reporters Friday, the meeting was confirmed by a person who spoke on condition...
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez has been medically cleared to begin a minor league rehab assignment on July 1, the New York Daily News reports.
Rodriguez has yet to play this season following surgery on his left hip in January, at which time he was projected to be sidelined until after the All-Star break.
Although A-Rod is on the comeback trail, the injury isn'...
There was good news and bad news for Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez Tuesday. First the good news. A-Rod has been cleared to play again.
Visit from Dr. Kelly over the weekend, who gave me the best news - the green light to play games again! http://t.co/RuzfXOJjHI
— Alex Rodriguez (@AROD) June 25, 2013
Now for the bad news. Yankees general...
We reported the news last night of the rather umm… direct way New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman responded to Alex Rodriguez tweeting out that he had been cleared by doctors to resume playing baseball.
Taking into account the way Cashman responded, we knew it would only be a matter of time before A-Rod decided to issue a statement in regards to what Cashman had to say.
Besides battling back from hip surgery and fedning off rumors of using performance-enhancing drugs, we all missed another important development involving New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez. He joined Twitter. Yup, his Twitter account is already popping with the same personality as he shows in real life. We had no idea that he was on Twitter going all the way back to May...
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez joined twitter recently (to not much fanfare) and decided to update the twitter world on his progress rehabbing the injury that his kept him out of the lineup all season.
Visit from Dr. Kelly over the weekend, who gave me the best news – the green light to play games again! http://t.co/RuzfXOJjHI
— Alex Rodriguez (@AROD) June 25...
Sometime on Tuesday New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez sent a simple tweet; nothing big or dirty or vulgar. It was something that Twitter was made for really. However, when word got to Yankees GM Brian Cashman he was mad.
All A-Rod tweeted was that he had seen the doctor and was finally cleared to start playing games. Cashman took...
New York Yankees general manager is pissed that third baseman Alex Rodriguez tweeted out an update on his rehab process, according to ESPNNewYork.com. “You know what, when the Yankees want to announce something, [we will],” Cashman told ESPN New York. “Alex