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Newark Star-Ledger Mar 27, 2015

Are Yankees still planning to fight Alex Rodriguez's home run bonus?

Hal Steinbrenner also discusses relationship with A-Rod
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 26, 2015

Does MLB test Yankees' Alex Rodriguez more than other steroid users?

Rodriguez is considered by many to be one of the game's worst offenders
New York Daily News Mar 26, 2015
New commish says Alex Rodriguez should be welcomed back

New commish says Alex Rodriguez should be welcomed back

Rob Manfred believes the A-Rod should be 'welcomed back' after serving the longest suspension in the game’s history.

Day 36: Break out the first baseman's mitt

KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- We will get a relatively rare look at Nathan Eovaldi versus big-league hitters today -- he has made three starts this spring, but none since March 15 as Joe Girardi has been using him in minor-league games -- but the real curiosity today is seeing Alex Rodriguez play first base in a game for the first time at any level of his career, including high school. A-Rod is hitting cleanup in today's lineup, and he will have the help and support of the regular Yankees infield, minus Didi Gregorius (wrist sprain).

Manfred: “Baseball ought to welcome (Alex Rodriguez) back”

Bitter rivals throughout baseball’s Biogenesis investigation, it now seems Rob Manfred and Alex Rodriguez have reached some level of peace and cooperation. Commissioner Manfred was on hand to watch the Yankees play the Rays today, and he said he’s satisfied with the way Rodriguez has settled back into the game. Manfred even offered some words […] The post Manfred: “Baseball ought to welcome (Alex Rodriguez) back” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

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