Disgraced New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez stepped out from his recent low profile to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from the Miami Hurricanes stadium dugout.Post by Alex Rodriguez.Rodriguez wore a white Hurricanes T-shirt for the challenge. Before being doused with the ice water, Rodriguez nominated retired Yankees reliever Mariano Rivera and former Yankees teammate...
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has taken the world by storm, which obviously is a great thing given the awareness — and funds — it has raised about the debilitating disease. Scores upon scores of people have taken part in the movement, from Hollywood stars to professional athletes, even regular folks are making a difference. […] The post Ice Bucket Challenge brings Alex Rodriguez...
The ALS ice bucket challenge has gotten so big it's taken Alex Rodriguez away from rehabbing at the University of Miami to put his time to another good use.The embattled Yankees third baseman hasn't been seen or heard from much since losing his appeal and serving his 162-game suspension for alleged performance-enhancing drug violations. But love him or loathe him, A-Rod returned...
I’m sure Alex Rodriguez wasn’t frowning this evening.
After coming back and tying the game, the Yankees pitching staff have failed yet again and give up this three run homer that won the game for the Houston Astros.
A quiet round of applause for Chris Carter of the Astros.
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George King on Alex Rodriguez: The suspended slugger has been spotted working out at the University of Miami, where the baseball stadium is named after him, and at UCLA in Los Angeles. Rodriguez is hitting off a tee but not against live pitching. Rodriguez also is taking ground balls and working in the weight room at each facility.
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Suspended New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is working out as he aims for his return to baseball in 2015.
Rodriguez, 39, has been working out at both the University of Miami and at UCLA according to George A. King of the New York Post.
Obviously Rodriguez is not about to just walk away from the game. He has three years and $61 million...
Alex Rodriguez’s re-entry into the Yankees’ universe next season has started with bicoastal workouts.
The suspended slugger has been spotted working out at the University of Miami, where the baseball stadium is named after him, and at UCLA in Los Angeles.
Rodriguez is hitting off a tee but not against live pitching. Rodriguez also is taking ground balls and working in the weight...
Alex Rodriguez’s one-year ban will end at the end of the 2014 season at which time he will return to the New York Yankees says owner Hal Steinbrenner.
“That’s what he’s planning for. And that’s what we’re planning for,” Steinbrenner said on Wednesday, via CBS New York.
Rodriguez, 39, has $61 million owed to him by the Yankees and Steinbrenner opted to promote...
Biogenesis founder Tony Bosch surrendered to the Drug Enforcement Agency on Tuesday morning as part of the DEA’s “Operation Strikeout.” The news was first reported by ESPN’s TJ Quinn. Bosch has agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to distribute anabolic steroids. The charges against Bosch are not limited to providing steroids to professional athletes, as […]
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