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A-Rod dries his bat on his junk, then homers (Video)

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...
Via Larry Brown Sports
32 minutes ago  |  Discuss

Alex Rodriguez Picks Worst Possible Way To Dry Bat In Yankees-Red Sox Game

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...
Via NESN.com
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Alex Rodriguez finally is making friends at Fenway Park

Alex Rodriguez never has been the most popular player at Fenway Park, but he's doing his best to change that late in his career.After blasting his fourth homer of the season -- and the 28th of his career at Fenway Park -- on Friday night, A-Rod sought out a young Red Sox fan behind home plate and gave him his bat.Not only did that fan have a huge smile on his face after Rodriguez...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Alex Rodriguez on his home run, 3-for-3 game against Texas

Alex Rodriguez on his home run, 3-for-3 game against Texas.
Via YES Network
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Alex Rodriguez on the Yankees' recent RISP woes

Alex Rodriguez discusses the Yankees' overall struggles to get a key hit in certain situations and if the team is feeling pressure after 5-2 loss to A's.
Via YES Network
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Way too early for Yankees to panic, but A-Rod’s struggles raise questions

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...
Via The Comeback
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: A-Rod snaps 0-for-19 with two-run shot to left

It’s no secret that Alex Rodriguez is slumping. The Yankees’ 40-year-old designated hitter entered Sunday with just three hits in 30 at-bats, and was dropped from third to sixth in the order as a result. “Sometimes moving a guy will help them relax a little bit,” manager Joe Girardi told reporters before the game. “Not that I think Alex needs to relax, but sometimes just...
Via BP Bronx
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Alex Rodriguez’s Early Season Struggles end soon?

Alex Rodriguez’s batting has started out slow in the early part of this 2016 MLB regular season. Rodriguez is currently batting .136 with one home run and two runs batted in after seven games. In comparison to last season, Rodriguez had a .300 batting average and one home run after six games. Rodriguez has hit under .200 after six games six times in his career. Manager Joe Girardi...
Via The Sports Journal
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Barry Bonds doesn’t think Alex Rodriguez will break his home run record

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...
Via NESN.com
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Alex Rodriguez planning to retire after contract expires in 2017?

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...
Via BP Bronx
March 23, 2016  |  Discuss
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