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Mets 360 Sep 12, 2014

Francisco Rodriguez and domestic violence

The issue of domestic violence has become predominant in the sports world recently with three different cases involving NFL players, most notably the long running saga of Ray Rice. It brought to mind the issues that Francisco Rodriguez had as…Read more →Related Posts:The Alex Rodriguez situation: Nobody wins!Mets dodged a bomb by not signing Alex RodriguezA Mets blogger wonders: Do sports matter?Mets fans should be on team ArodMets Minors: Is Aderlin Rodriguez the next Jesus Montero?

Young's heroics fulfil Jeter's prophecy

NEW YORK -- Chris Young wears Robinson Cano's old No. 24. His home locker is Alex Rodriguez's old stall. His last three days as a Yankee have been like those two players at the peak of their powers. It is almost funny that the Mets' free-agent castaway is turning into the Yankees' savior as they try to hold on to an improbable run into the postseason. On Thursday, he broke up Alex Cobb's no-hitter with one out in the eighth. In the ninth, feeling the adrenaline after seeing Chase Headley take a 96 mph Jake McGee fastball in the face, Young turned another one of those around for a...
New York Daily News Sep 11, 2014
Disgraced Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez appears on LinkedIn

Disgraced Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez appears on LinkedIn

Alex Rodriguez has said that he plans to return to the Yankees when his season-long Biogenesis suspension is over, but the disgraced superstar is apparently making plans for life after baseball, too: Rodriguez has created an account on LinkedIn, the professional networking website.
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 11, 2014

Yankees' Alex Rodriguez appears to have LinkedIn profile, but no connections yet

The suspended third baseman appears to have a profile on the business social media site.
New York Post Sep 9, 2014

A-Rod will soon be the most interesting man in the game

We ARE getting closer to the end of the Derek Jeter Era and that can only mean one thing — we are moving ever closer to talking about Alex Rodriguez...
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 9, 2014
Yankees' Alex Rodriguez one of sports' biggest 'sleazebags,' GQ says

Yankees' Alex Rodriguez one of sports' biggest 'sleazebags,' GQ says

Ex-Yankees outfielder Chad Curtis, convicted of molestation, also on magazine's top-25 list
River Ave. Blues Aug 22, 2014

Mailbag: A-Rod, Protected Pick, Pineda, Homers

I’ve got seven questions for you this week. If you want to send us anything, mailbag questions or comments or links or whatever, just use the Submit A Tip box in the sidebar at any time. Many asked: What about playing Alex Rodriguez at shortstop next season? We get asked this question a shocking number […]Post from: River Ave. Blues A New York Yankees blogMailbag: A-Rod, Protected Pick, Pineda, Homers The post Mailbag: A-Rod, Protected Pick, Pineda, Homers appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
Rotoworld Aug 17, 2014

Rodriguez already preparing for 2015 return - Alex Rodriguez (3B) New York Yankees

George A. King III of the New York Post reports that suspended slugger Alex Rodriguez has been working out at the University of Miami and at UCLA in Los Angeles in preparation for his return to Major League Baseball in 2015.
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 17, 2014

Alex Rodriguez preparing for Yankees return

A-Rod has been working out, hitting, taking grounders

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