Alex Rodriguez Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Alex Rodriguez's injury
Rodriguez is suing the doctor for not telling him about a torn labrum in his left hip
The Yankee physician sued by Alex Rodriguez and blamed by the Yankee third baseman for misdiagnosing his left hip injury during the 2012 American League playoffs says the embattled slugger has only himself to blame for his physical ailments, according to court papers filed in Bronx Supreme Court on Nov. 20.
John Saunders discusses Alex Rodriguez's recent actions at his grievance hearing and comments about Bud Selig.
The Yankees Hot Stove panel discusses Alex Rodriguez's arbitration situation after he stormed out of his hearing on Wednesday.
9/21/96: Alex Rodriguez, Ken Griffey Jr. and Edgar Martinez hit back-to-back-to-back home runs for the Mariners in the bottom of the third
ESPN First Take's Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss the latest news of Alex Rodriguez.
Alex Rodriguez and one of his lawyers, Jim McCarroll, join Mike Francesa in studio to talk about the latest of A-Rod's hearings with MLB.
Crowd Goes Wild on Alex Rodriguez's actions during today's meeting.
ESPNNewYork.com's Andrew Marchand discusses Yankees 3B Alex Rodriguez storming out of his grievance hearing after arbitrator Fredric Horowitz ruled that commissioner Bud Selig did not have to testify before Rodriguez's attorneys.
Alex Rodriguez return's to MLB's offices for the resumption of the grievance hearing to overturn his 211-game suspension.
SNY's Daily News live welcomes Alex Rodriguez's lawyer Lanny Davis to the studio to discuss the Yankees player's lawsuit.
6/15/06: Alex Rodriguez crushes a deep solo home run to left-center field at Yankee Stadium off of Cliff Lee
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman prefers that Alex Rodriguez start at third base for the team in 2014.
Baseball officials, according to the suit, sought to "destroy the reputation and career of Alex Rodriguez"
Embattled Yankee Alex Rodriguez filed a medical malpractice suit against Yankee team doctor Christopher Ahmad and New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center on Friday in Bronx State Supreme Court.
Alex Rodriguez has added a second lawsuit, suing the Yankees team doctor Chris Ahmad and Columbia Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia Medical University Medical Center, alleging malpractice for misdiagnosing his left hip injury during the 2012 playoffs. Rodriguez and his lawyers contend that Dr. Ahmad failed to tell him about an MRI showing his hip injury. Rodriguez’s suit against Ahmad will have no bearing on the arbitration hearing. Dating back to the 2012 playoffs, it states: .
Why stop at suing the league? Alex Rodriguez has reportedly now filed a lawsuit against Dr. Christopher Ahmad and the New York Presbyterian/Columbia Medical Center for medical malpractice. Rodriguez’s camp had previously indicated it might sue based on what it believes was a misdiagnosis of his hip injury that ultimately required offseason surgery.The post Alex Rodriguez just keeps suing people appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
ESPN legal analyst Roger Cossack discusses Alex Rodriguez's lawsuit against Major League Baseball.
SNY's Steve Covino and Rich Davis discuss which television or movie lawyers would best represent Alex Rodriguez in the Biogenesis case.
Yankees GM Brian Cashman talks about Robinson Cano's impending free agency, the status of Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez and the budget.
HOUSTON -- Alex Rodriguez doesn't think he is going to play at all this weekend, because of his sore legs. "I don’t think I'm playing this weekend," Rodriguez said after the Yankees' 3-2 win over the Astros. "My calf is pretty sore still." Alex Rodriguez #13 3BNew York Yankees 2013 STATS GM44 HR7 RBI19 R21 OBP.348 AVG.244 Rodriguez has not played the last two games because of his calf and his hamstring injuries. Rodriguez is hitting .
HOUSTON — Alex Rodriguez’s season likely is over. The third baseman said he didn’t expect to play in either of the final two games of the year because of nagging leg injuries. “I don’t think I’m playing this weekend,” Rodriguez said after sitting out his second straight game, a 3-2 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park. “My calf is pretty sore still.” He also has been bothered by a left hamstring issue, as well as a sore right calf. When asked what he thought of his season as a whole, Rodriguez backtracked somewhat. “Let’s see,” Rodriguez said. “I didn’t say 100...
Alex Rodriguez chats about Andy Pettitte's decision to retire after the 2013 season and what he will remember most about Pettitte.
Just when it looked like the Yankees had squeezed everything out of their season they possibly could — and every bit of production out of Alex Rodriguez — they found a way to extend their season one more day. Rodriguez’s seventh-inning grand slam broke a tie and sparked a 5-1 victory over the Giants in the Bronx Friday night. Coupled with CC Sabathia’s best performance in months, the Yankees were able to come up with a much-needed win that still may have come too late. Having dropped five of their last six to end what had been a promising road trip, Joe Girardi knew what his team was...
Meredith Marakovits provides an update on the status of Alex Rodriguez and Joe Girardi's plans for Phil Hughes on Runs, Hits, Errors.
With less than two weeks left in the season, the Yankees can ill afford to lose another big bat now
You might think after a horrific weekend sweep in Fenway — in which their three top starters, Hiroki Kuroda, CC Sabathia and Ivan Nova, were strafed for a combined 7.87 ERA with 23 hits and 14 earned runs in 16 innings, and three more regulars, Brett Gardner, Alfonso Soriano and Alex Rodriguez, went down with injuries — the Yankees have finally met their maker as far as this season is concerned.
Joe Girardi joins Mike Francesa to talk about the Yankees' starter Phil Hughes, the Wild Card race and Alex Rodriguez's injury.
David Phelps is active. Derek Jeter moved to the 60-day disabled list. Curtis Granderson CF Alex Rodriguez DH Robinson Cano 2B Alfonso Soriano LF Mark Reynolds 3B Vernon Wells RF Lyle Overbay 1B Brendan Ryan SS J.R. Murphy C LHP CC SabathiaThe post Rodriguez in the lineup (so is Murphy) appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Alex Rodriguez has a mild hamstring issue, which is the reason he was pulled in the eighth. Joe Girardi hopes Rodriguez will be able to DH tomorrow. Ivan Nova has a lingering arm issue basically around his triceps near the elbow. It’s bothered him off and on, and it started bothering him tonight, which is
A few weeks ago, our Katie Nolan went out to the streets of New York City to let everyone know that Alex Rodriguez was dropping his suspension appeal to walk away from baseball and run for mayor. The reaction from New Yorkers was fantastic...
9/5/13: Alex Rodriguez laces a double into the gap and flops into second base on the slide in the bottom of the fourth
Anyone who has watched the Yankees during the three weeks since Alex Rodriguez's return from offseason hip surgery doesn't need a data set to tell them 16 games of A-Rod has been exponentially better than four months of his subpar replacements.
• Disgraced Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun finally admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs during his 2011 Most Valuable Player season. Braun said he took a cream and a lozenge that contained banned substances while rehabilitating from an injury. A month ago, Braun admitted he made mistakes but didn’t mention the drugs. Braun not only denied the use of PEDs for more than a year but publicly attacked anyone who accused him of wrongdoing. He finally came clean last week.• The Alex Rodriguez fiasco has had more turns than the Snake River and it’s not slowing down. Last...
MLB Network analyst Dan Plesac talks with Mike Francesa about Alex Rodriguez getting thrown at and the Yankees' playoff hopes.
By Mike McDermott AP photo / Kathy WillensDavid Ortiz and Alex Rodriguez stretch before Opening Day at Yankee Stadium. Both players were on the disabled list at the time. In an interview published Wednesday night by USA Today, Red Sox slugger David Ortiz took issue with his teammate Ryan Dempster for hitting Alex Rodriguez in the second inning of Sunday night's game. Ortiz also expressed skepticism about the severe penalty Rodriguez is facing for his role in the Biogenesis contract, and indicated that it might have something to do with the amount of money that the Yankees still owe their...
The Yankees lost Jayson Nix when the valuable and versatile infielder suffered a fractured left hand in tonight’s 4-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.Getting the start at third base in place of a resting Alex Rodriguez, Nix got hit on the hand by an 80 mph fastball from knuckleballer R.A. Dickey in the bottom of the second inning. He initially stayed in the game and took first base, dangling his hand in obvious discomfort.The 30-year-old eventually gave way to pinch-runner Mark Reynolds; and X-rays afterward revealed the fracture. No timetable or other information was released; but...
Keith Law and Buster Olney say Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster should have been suspended more than five games for hitting Yankees 3B Alex Rodriguez.
The Fox Sports Live crew takes a closer look at Alex Rodriguez's tumultuous last few days.
8/18/13: Alex Rodriguez is brushed back and then plunked by Ryan Dempster, but responds by going 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs
Michael Kosta of 'Crowd Goes Wild' has five reasons why you should root for Alex Rodriguez.
New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez on Ryan Dempster hitting him, then blasting a home run.
Joseph Tacopina, Alex Rodriguez's lawyer, discusses the accusation that Rodriguez paid for Tony Bosch's attorney, MLB's investigation into Rodriguez and whether A-Rod would accept a reduced suspension.