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Alex Rodriguez breaks 'Fox NFL Sunday' monitor with attempted pass to Jay Glazer

New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez looks

New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez looks on during batting practice at Yankee Stadium during the American League wild-card game on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara

Alex Rodriguez only made four appearances at third base for the Yankees during the 2015 season, but he still has an arm.

A-Rod, who will be a guest analyst for Fox Sports during the ALCS and World Series starting with Game 3 between the Royals and Blue Jays on Monday, appeared on 'Fox NFL Sunday' to show off that arm strength.

"We want to see if you still got the arm," Curt Menefee said to Rodriguez during Sunday's segment. "You played quarterback in high school. That was a long time ago."

"Man, it's been over 20 years," said the 40-year-old A-Rod. "I'll give it a shot."

Rodriguez threw a perfect spiral to Fox NFL insider Jay Glazer, who was set up to receive the throw on the opposite end of the studio, but he wasn't able to reel in the high throw and the wall monitor suffered for it.

"That's our fault because we should've sent someone who's taller than 5-2 to catch it," Michael Strahan said amid laughs from the whole crew.


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