Found December 08, 2012 on NESN.com:
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MIAMI — Alex Rodriguez went to see doctors with hopes of finding something wrong. When they actually located a problem, only then did he start feeling a bit better. The New York Yankees’ third baseman said Saturday that not only are plans set for him to have surgery on his left hip in mid-January, but that he’s also eager to embrace the challenge of coming back from both the operation and an unbelievably abysmal finish to last season. It’s expected that Rodriguez, who will be making his sixth trip to the disabled list in six seasons, could be sidelined until the All-Star break. “I’m not concerned,” Rodriguez told The Associated Press. “I’m actually, in many ways, relieved that there’s something tangible that we can go fix.” Rodriguez had surgery on his right hip in 2009. He missed about the first month of the season and still finished with 30 home runs and 100 RBIs — and helped the Yankees win the World Series. This surgery is more complex, since it will repair not only a torn labrum b
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