Alex Rodriguez continued his hot hitting in the Yankees' series finale in Boston over the weekend, but the Bombers were unable to avoid a series sweep at the hands of their bitter rivals. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/10FUHE2 Like on Facebook: http://facebook.com/YESNet Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1dtTy7q Follow on Instagram: http://bit.ly/PGQWNm
Yankees veteran Alex Rodriguez reflects on his team's struggles against the Boston Red Sox, and how he would have laughed 10 years ago had he been told both he and David Ortiz would still be hitting homers in 2016. Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/10FUHE2 Like on Facebook: http://facebook.com/YESNet Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1dtTy7q Follow on Instagram: http://bit.ly/PGQWNm
A-Rod's home filled with original art. When money is no object, you can live in a palace pretty much anywhere under the sun. Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez, a member of baseball's 3,000-hit club and fast approaching the 700-homer club, is in that live-where-you-want club, too. His home definitely is a 11,000-foot, one-story palace...
11 hours ago
Alex Rodriguez had a big night against the Red Sox despite the Yankees losing to the Red Sox 8-7. Rodriguez hit a homerun in the 3rd inning and drove in 4 runs all in the rain. Speaking of the rain, I’m sure you’re wondering how A-Rod kept his bat dry while he was driving in those 4 runs. Well, he kept it dry in a way you’ve never seen a ballplayer keep his bat dry: with his...
Alex Rodriguez gives his bat after hitting a home run to a fan in the stands, an eight-year-old fan named David Moss.
Alex Rodriguez not only has a good eye when it comes to baseball — he’s also a pro at helping design beautiful homes. The 40-year-old Yankee slugger shows off his sleek Miami pad — a sprawling one-level haven that includes a screening room, indoor basketball court, swimming pool and outdoor bar — in June’s Architectural...
Via New York Post
16 hours ago
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]
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...
Alex Rodriguez on his home run, 3-for-3 game against Texas.
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...
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!
THE YANKEES HOT 10
Follow us on Twitter