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What Yankees say about Alex Rodriguez, the instructor

Alex Rodriguez will return to the Yankees on Tuesday, serving as a spring training guest instructor for the first time. He'll be expected to work with the team's top young prospects, including shortstops Jorge Mateo and Gleyber Torres. He'll also likely work with hitters, such as Aaron Judge and Clint Frazier, on their craft.
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Rutgers baseball pounds Miami to salvage finale of opening series

It also snapped a 16 game losing streak to the Hurricanes. Rutgers baseball (1-2) began their season in Miami, FL for the eight time in the last nine years against the 17th ranked Miami Hurricanes at Alex Rodriguez Park. Erupting for 17 runs on 16 hits, Rutgers avenged losses in the first two games on getaway day with a win. Rutgers had not defeated Miami (FL) since 2011 and this...
Via On the Banks
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There’s a reason A-Rod is adored as a Yankees mentor

TAMPA — You can view Alex Rodriguez as the most expensive hood ornament on earth if you want. After all, he is being paid $21 million while not playing this season after a nightmare finish last year to one of the best careers ever. Rodriguez arrives in Yankees spring training camp Tuesday for the first of...
Via New York Post
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A-Rod visiting Yanks camp as special instructor

The Yankees believe that Alex Rodriguez has a wealth of information to pass on to their young players, and that can begin on Tuesday, when he'll put the pinstripes back on as one of the team's special guest instructors.
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The Yankees' plan for Alex Rodriguez

The guest instructor appearing at Yankees spring training for the first time Tuesday will have his own afternoon press conference.  Yes, Alex Rodriguez is coming back, and it's going to be equal parts interesting and odd but wholly intriguing. Manager Joe Girardi, however, said he wants A-Rod to just do what any other guest instructor would do: Teach. "He's going to work with...
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Spokesman: Alex Rodriguez has no plans to play in 2017

Alex Rodriguez has not yet officially retired but comments from his spokesman this week indicate the slugger has no intention of playing baseball in 2017. Instead, it appears A-Rod will remain in his agreed-upon special advisory role with the New York Yankees organization. “Nothing new, status quo,” Rodriguez’s spokesman, Ron Berkowitz, said, via “As of now, nothing...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
January 05, 2017  |  Discuss

A-Rod expected to start Yankees special advisor job soon

Alex Rodriguez is expected to being working in his role as New York Yankees special advisor sooner rather than later, according to Gary Denbo, the team’s vice president of player development. Rodriguez and Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner hammered out an agreement before the slugger’s release that he would serve in an advisory role in the coming offseason and perhaps beyond...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
September 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Alex Rodriguez a ‘long shot’ to play in 2017

Ever since Alex Rodriguez played his last game for the New York Yankees organization last Friday, speculation has run rampant about his future. The debate over whether or not A-Rod has in fact played in his last game has been fueled partly by how he has never used the word “retire” or some variation of it in the days that followed. Rodriguez’s publicist did put the kibosh...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
August 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: A-Rod likely headed to Marlins to play first base

Alex Rodriguez’s “retirement” looks like it’s going to be short-lived. The now former New York Yankees designated hitter never said his career was over, even as he and the Yankees announced the awkward end to their relationship last week. Rodriguez on Friday played the final game of his Yankees career, but his career isn’t over yet, according to ESPN’s Jim Bowden. ...
August 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Marlins to consider adding A-Rod after Stanton injury?

With Giancarlo Stanton out for the season, the Miami Marlins are looking for another bat, and Alex Rodriguez is under consideration. Marlins president Michael Hill told reporters on Sunday that Rodriguez is an available player and would be considered as an addition. Hill says #marlins will give A Rod consideration. "He's an available player. " — Craig Davis (@CraigDavisRuns...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 14, 2016  |  Discuss

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