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A-Rod Expected To Be Reinstated This Week

After the final out in Kansas City tonight, Alex Rodriguez will be eligible for reinstatement into Major League Baseball.  The Yankees are expected to add him to their 40-man roster, preparing the way for his return to the big league club.Or, are they? The folks over at The Greedy Pinstripes pointed out an interesting scenario that was detailed recently in The NY Daily News. With...
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By this time tomorrow, Alex Rodriguez could be back in the fold, and it's time for the Yankees to have him turn his head and cough

Moments after this great, well-played, and un-watched 2014 World Series ends - possibly tonight around 11:35 E.S.T. - that notorious juicer and international slumlord, Alex "A-Rod" Rodriguez, will be officially un-banned from the "game" of baseball. Once again, Al will be able to set foot in MLB ballparks and wear the Yankee cap that - in a universe with less...

Are the New York Yankees desperate for a hitting coach?

Earlier this month the New York Yankees announced that hitting coach Kevin Long would not be returning for another season with the team. Since then, Long has landed a position with the New York Mets. The Yankees, however, have been finding it a little more difficult to fill the position. There’s no doubt that after the 2014 regular season a hitting coach is vital to the Yankees’...
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They want A-Rod to beg, to grovel, to weep... but only one thing can redeem Alex Rodriguez's soul

In today's Murdoch,  Joel Sherman says the possible public redemption of Alex Rodriguez will require a campaign of Christlike humility and requests for forgiveness. He says baseball may someday allow A-Rod back into its heavenly graces, but first, this shallowest of men must address the fundamental character flaws that turned him such a loathsome, wretched, cowardly Gollum.The...

As suspension ends for Yankees' Alex Rodriguez, woes continue

These days, A-Rod is everybody’s All-American. With his season-long doping suspension about to end, steroid-tainted Yankee Alex Rodriguez has been making the college and professional rounds in recent weeks — South Bend, Ind., here, Tuscaloosa, Ala. and Arlington, Tex., there — taking in football games, dodging Cowboys QB Tony Romo in the tunnel at AT&T Stadium on Sunday...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Alex Rodriguez may play first base for New York Yankees

Not only are the New York Yankees down a shortstop after Captain Derek Jeter retired this year, but now possibly a third baseman as well. Former Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez will return to the team for spring training in 2015, but it has already been speculated that fans will not see him make an appearance at his most well-known position. A-Rod will turn 40 next summer and...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Alex Rodriguez Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Going To Alabama Games

Alex Rodriguez was at the Alabama-Texas A&M game on Saturday and appeared to enjoy himself.
Via Gamedayr
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Cashman: A-Rod could play first base in 2015

Alex Rodriguez might be asked to showcase some versatility when he returns to the New York Yankees. The third baseman is set to return to the Bronx Bombers’ lineup in 2015 after being suspended for the entire 2014 season. Rodriguez figured to slide right into a vacant third base hole, but he might not be limited to the hot corner. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman told reporters...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees : 3 burning questions this offseason

The conclusion of the 2014 season for the New York Yankees ended as a disappointment for many fans who cheered them on all year. Moving to 2015, the Yankees are looking to start fresh after a season of defeat. Starting fresh means change, something the team should be quite used to by now, but how do the fans feel about it? Many questions are yearning to be answered. Who will replace...
20 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: return of Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez will return home to the New York Yankees for the 2015 season after his year long suspension for being involved in Major League Baseball’s Biogenesis scandal. The scandal, in 2013, involved 13 MLB players, including Rodriguez, who were accused of obtaining performance-enhancing drugs from the rejuvination clinic Biogenesis of America. Fredric Horowitz reduced the...
26 days ago  |  Discuss
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