Found July 06, 2012 on Bob's Blitz :
July 9-16, 2012 special Where are They Now double issue of Sports Illustrated: Who is the most overrated position player in the game? (h/t Andrew Vazzano) 1. Alex Rodriguez, Yankees 3B.....17% 2....

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