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Alex Rodriguez, in a new statement Thursday, says he’s ready to play and wants to be in the Yankees' lineup Friday night.
“Enough doctors, let’s play,” Rodriguez said in a statement sent to a number of media outlets.
The Yankees' third baseman has yet to play at the MLB level this season and has been sidelined since Sunday with what the Yankees’ doctor called a Grade 1 strain of his...Read more »
In the wake of Ryan Braun’s suspension, Alex Rodriguez is planning to appeal any possible suspension and does not intend on trying to work out a deal with Major League Baseball, according to USA Today.
MLB plans to suspend Rodriguez for at least 100 games “for his role with Biogenesis, alleged lies about past performance-enhancing drug use and possible interference in the investigation,”...Read more »
In a late lineup move, Alex Rodriguez has been moved from third base to designated hitter in Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's lineup because of tightness in his left quadriceps, the Yankees announced less than an hour before the scheduled first pitch for the RailRiders' game against Louisville on Saturday.
Rodriguez went 2-for-4 as the designated hitter for the RailRiders on Friday.
Before...Read more »
Alex Rodriguez was the designated hitter yesterday for the Class A Tampa Yankees and went 0-for-3 in a 2-1 win over the Brevard County Manatees.
In his first at-bat, Rodriguez had to duck out of the way to avoid being hit in the head by a breaking pitch. He then lined out.
Rodriguez is expected to sit out Tampa’s game tonight but likely will be back in the team’s lineup tomorrow night....Read more »