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Alex Rodriguez is starting to slow down with his age, but he still wants to play third base for the New York Yankees. "I think the vision for us as a team is now ... you want the DH spot to be one that's kind of a revolving door," Rodriguez informed ESPN Deportes about the situation. "I think a lot of us at some point or another, in such a long season, are going to occupy that spot. But for me, I'm really excited about playing third base." A-Rod is starting to get up there in age at 36 years...
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What could possibly go wrong? Alex Rodriguez wants to be more than a designated hitter. “I think the vision for us as a team is now ... you want the DH spot to be one that's kind of a revolving door,” Rodriguez informed ESPN Deportes about the situation. “I think a lot of us at some point or another, in such a long season, are going to occupy that spot. But for...
Alex Rodriguez said he doesn’t plan on being the permanent solution to Yankees’ vacancy at designated hitter. “I think the vision for us as a team is now ... you want the DH spot to be one that’s kind of a revolving door,” Rodriguez told ESPNdeportes. “I think a...
Alex Rodriguez said he was focusing on playing third base rather than becoming the permanent solution to the Yankees' vacancy at designated hitter.
The DH spot became available after Jesus Montero was traded to the Seattle Mariners for pitcher Michael Pineda.
Rodriguez said he had not met with manager Joe Girardi or general manager Brian Cashman to discuss the vacancy.
Alex Rodriguez says that his offseason workouts are going well and that he plans to do most of his work helping the Yankees in the field, not as a designated hitter.
I can't believe it, but we are now just one month away from pitchers and catchers reporting, signaling the start of spring training. Here in New York it's still clearly winter, with snow expecting to hit sometime tonight. But for now, here's some food for thought on a possible candidate for the Yankees' DH spot - Alex Rodriguez.
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Alex Rodriguez likes the acquistion of Michael Pineda and believes the role of the Yankees designated hitter will be filled by a revolving door of players.
Sal Giardina is 6-3/190 pound utility player from Palm Beach State College. He spent this past summer playing for the Fayetteville SwampDogs of the Coastal Plain League. He hit .318/.344/.357 in 66 at-bats this summer. He scored 9 runs, drove in 11 and hit 5 doubles. Sal has already signed on to return to the SwampDogs this coming summer.
He recently answered four questions...
Eleven years after signing Alex Rodriguez to a $252 million contract, the Rangers on Friday held another mega-press conference to introduce Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish. General manager Jon Daniels said the circumstances surrounding Darvish are completely different than when the Rangers signed Rodriguez in 2000.