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MLB Rumors: Miami Marlins Need to Find a Fill-in for Giancarlo Stanton

Posted on 15 Aug, 2016, by in MLB

The Miami Marlins are aiming for their first winning season in 7 years, and perhaps their first playoff appearance in 13, but without Giancarlo Stanton, announced to be injured and out for the season, it’s going to be very difficult. Bringing in Alex Rodriguez is suddenly a more likely option, but not one that can make up for what they lose with Stanton. More

MLB Rumors: Miami Marlins or Anyone Else Signing Alex Rodriguez Doesn’t Make Sense

Posted on 11 Aug, 2016, by in MLB

When Alex Rodriguez is released by the New York Yankees, the assumption that he’ll automatically become part of the coaching staff might be wrong. He could be waiting for an offer, with the Tampa Bay Rays and the Miami Marlins linked to him a number of times. However, it just doesn’t make sense to sign Rodriguez, even as a two-three month rental. More

MLB Rumors – New York Yankees & Joe Girardi Ruining the Alex Rodriguez Farewell Week

Posted on 11 Aug, 2016, by in MLB

If anyone thought that putting a date on the release of Alex Rodriguez would make the New York Yankees start giving him more playing time, their two games so far against the Red Sox in the series at Boston shows that manager Joe Girardi has no intention of allowing Rodriguez a few more at bats before he plays his final game in pinstripes. More

New York Yankees, Alex Rodriguez and a Forced Retirement

Posted on 7 Aug, 2016, by in MLB

Since the New York Yankees made it clear they’re not planning on fighting for a postseason spot this season, it wouldn’t have been surprising to see Alex Rodriguez getting more at bats to try and chase more home run milestones. Turns out the ball club had something else in mind, and are forcing Rodriguez to retire. More

MLB Rumors – New York Yankees & New York Mets Forced to Shuffle Because of Alex Rodriguez & David Wright Fragility

Posted on 20 Mar, 2016, by in MLB

The New York Yankees are heading into the 2016 MLB Season with a lot of confidence and aspirations. Pretty much like always, but maybe more than the average recent year. The New York Mets, following a World Series appearance, are just as ambitious. But shuffling around the injury-proneness of Alex Rodriguez and David Wright does pose a significant challenge. More

Yankees Beat Red Sox – Everybody Gets to Hit & Run

Posted on 13 Apr, 2015, by in MLB

Avoiding getting swept by the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees ended the series with a 14-4 win that included every single lineup player getting a hit and scoring a run, including home runs for Chase Headley and Brian McCann. More

Blue Jays Beat Yankees – New Season Begins With a Roughed Up Pitcher

Posted on 7 Apr, 2015, by in MLB

The New York Yankees reintroduced Alex Rodriguez, getting a very warm welcome from the home fans, but in the meantime ace pitcher Masahiro Tanaka struggled, making it quite easy for the Toronto Blue Jays to put up some easy points en route to a 6-1 win. More

New York Yankees – Alex Rodriguez Trying to Stay Relevant

Posted on 24 Feb, 2015, by in MLB

Almost forgotten from the hive mind of baseball fans, Alex Rodriguez is trying to make something of a comeback with the New York Yankees, showing up early for spring training in an attempt to give everything a ‘business as usual’ flavor to it, although it’s quite clear it’s not. More

Alex Rodriguez Playing for a Team and in a League That Doesn’t Want Him

Posted on 22 Aug, 2013, by in MLB

The New York Yankees would love to see Alex Rodriguez finally suspended. Major League Baseball can’t wait to get the legal stuff over him and suspend him already for a year, two or maybe more. A-Rod? He’s just focusing on playing baseball, winning and trying to keep the chatter around him to the necessary minimum. More

On Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees, Greed and Cheating

Posted on 4 Aug, 2013, by in MLB

It’s hard to find a single person on the planet actually rooting for Alex Rodriguez. There’s no doubt he used performance enhancing drugs for a substantial part of his career. Now the New York Yankees are trying to do everything in their power to get their own player suspended, so they can avoid paying him the money they foolishly decided to give him. More