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With rumors swirling that the Yankees are set on trading struggling super star Alex Rodriguez, the third baseman is adamant he will return to New York in 2013.
Kenny Williams has always had a thing for twilight.
As his playing time decreases, the chances of A-Rod welcoming a trade out of the Bronx increases.
The Yankees are dead.
Alex Rodriguez has had a little more time on his hands during games recently and, according to the New York Post, he used that time Saturday to pick up women.
Yo – today’s Caller of the Day is none other than East Side Dave.
The New York Yankees’ season is on the line today in the Bronx and Alex Rodriguez is not in the lineup.
The World Wide Leader is at it again with another seemingly racist headline.
Alex Rodriguez has broken his left hand after being hit by a pitch from Felix Hernandez in the eighth inning of the New York Yankees’ 4-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night.
The good folks over at Sports Illustrated put together a list of The 50 Highest-Earning American Athletes from the past year.
Check out this pictures of the five best shortstops from 1997 taken for Sports Illustrated.
Alex Rodriguez’s publicist says the Yankees third baseman is looking forward to cooperating with Major League Baseball in its investigation of his alleged involvement in illegal poker games.
Major League Baseball plans to interview Alex Rodriguez as it investigates allegations the New York Yankees star took part in illegal celebrity poker games.
Derek Jeter stole all the headlines in pursuit of career hit 3,000. Meanwhile, no one is noticing that Jim Thome is nearing an even rarer feat.
If you are a professional athlete and you were associated with Canadian Dr. Anthony Galea in the past, you are probably feeling a little uneasy right about now.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Phil Humberheld the New York Yankees hitless until Alex Rodriguez grounded a single up the middle with one out in the seventh inning.
There have been some pretty bad contracts in Chicago’s sports history. Alfonso Soriano and Cristobal Huet are examples of a few recent ones. But the worst contract in the history of baseball? Well that goes to Alex Rodriguez in Texas.
If the St. Louis Cardinals’ Albert Pujols were to hit the free agent waters he would stir up about as much interest and desire from teams and fans as LeBron James did.
Members of the Baseball Writers Association of America are making their point loud and clear to all the former players who played during the “Steroid Era.”