A few hours prior to last night’s win the Yankees placed Alex Rodriguez on the 15-day DL with a right hamstring strain. He hurt himself running out a ground ball Tuesday night. Here’s the video. The injury comes at a bad time — don’t they all? — because A-Rod was just starting to heat up and the Yankees need all the offense can get. Here are some thoughts on the injury...
Via River Avenue Blues
15 hours ago
New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez appeared to injure his hamstring during the team’s game against the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday. The team has now confirmed that injury by placing Rodriguez on the 15-day disabled list. ROSTER MOVES: Placed DH Alex Rodriguez on the 15-day DL w/ a strained right hamstring, recalled LHP James Pazos from@swbrailriders — Yankees...
BALTIMORE (AP) Alex Rodriguez has been placed on the 15-day disabled list by the New York Yankees because of a strained right hamstring. The injury occurred Tuesday night while Rodriguez was running out a grounder in the fifth inning of a loss to the Orioles. Afterward, Rodriguez said ''it wasn't a big pop'' and expressed hope that he could avoid the disabled list. Instead, A-Rod...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago | Discuss
Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday with a strained right hamstring. Rodriguez suffered the injury running out a ground ball during Tuesday night’s 4-1 loss to the Orioles. The 40-year-old slugger leads the team in home runs (five) and is tied for the team lead in RBIs...
Via New York Post
1 day ago
A-Rod appeared to pull at his hamstring BALTIMORE -- Yankees' designated hitter Alex Rodriguez left Tuesday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles with what appears to be a hamstring injury. A-Rod ran to first base in the top of the fifth inning but pulled up slightly after running through the base (he was out). Rodriguez was pinch-hit...
2 days 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...
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 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...
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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