BOSTON — Alex Rodriguez has been around long enough to know moral victories have no place in big-league baseball. So the Yankees’ DH didn’t dwell on his four-RBI game Sunday night in a painful 8-7 loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park that included his fifth homer of the season and pushed his batting...
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Alex Rodriguez had his own weekend to remember, even though the Yankees had one they'd rather forget because the Red Sox swept the three-game series.
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After spending years in the league, it appears New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez may have found a new plate routine to get him going. His bat looked to be a bit moist during an at-bat in the third inning of the game, so he fixed the problem. How’d he do it? By drying the bat on his manhood zone. Sure enough, it worked. He blasted a two-run homer later in the at-bat. [Larry Brown Sports]
Alex Rodriguez may have a new good-luck charm. During his at-bat against the Red Sox in the third inning Sunday, Rodriguez got a little unintentionally graphic while drying his bat: We actually prefer this version created by Nick Pants: A-Rod's so casual about it: https://t.co/29kZTcOZIY pic.twitter.com/Xy7k26BNuL — nick pants (@nick_pants) May 2, 2016 And wouldn’t you...
Millions of people saw Alex Rodriguez pick a rather unfortunate way to dry his baseball bat during the New York Yankees’ “Sunday Night Baseball” game against the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees designated hitter hit a towering home run during the contest, but the moment the Internet is talking about is when he dried off his bat in a, shall we say, interesting way. And apparently...
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After hitting his first home run of the 2016 MLB season, New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez got the day off as his team wasn’t scheduled to play on Monday. Some might snark that he needed a day off following his first heavy lifting of the season. Others might say the off-day comes at a good time for A-Rod, giving him a good feeling to dwell on, rather than think...
Alex Rodriguez is 74 home runs away from tying Barry Bonds for Major League Baseball’s all-time home run record. With A-Rod’s contract expiring in 2017, the New York Yankees slugger needs to hit 37 home runs in each of the next two seasons to equal Bonds’ 762 dingers. But Bonds doesn’t think A-Rod is capable of doing so in that span. When asked if Rodriguez can break his...
New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez sent mixed messages Wednesday about his plans to retire. Early on Wednesday, A-Rod said he will retire after the 2017 season when his current contract expires, according to ESPN’s Andrew Marchand. Later in the day he backed off, saying he was only talking about his current contract. Rodriguez, 40, has two years remaining on...
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