If you thought Alex Rodriguez storming out of a court room would be all the fireworks we would have today, you were mistaken.
After getting publicly mad during his PED arbitration hearing on his suspension, A-Rod popped onto Mike Francesa’s radio show on WFAN and YES Network to go off on Commissioner Bud Selig and Major League Baseball’s actions against him. Continue reading
Rare has there been a moment without some sort of negative cloud since Alex Rodriguez returned for the Yankees. Even as he is playing in a Sunday Night Baseball game, he and the Yankees must contend with Red Sox pitcher, Ryan Dempster, going out of his way to hit A-Rod, in a possible act of revenge for his alleged “ratting out” of fellow players during the Biogenesis hunt.
In a particular storybook moment, Rodriguez would gain some revenge for the beaning and manager Joe Girardi’s ejection when he hit a home run for the Yankees, leading to a comeback on their hated Boston rivals.
But is this the only positive A-Rod has brought for the Yankees? How about being a boost to one of their season-long issues? Continue reading
Alex Rodriguez was verified on Twitter Monday and it didn’t take long for him to cause problems for the Yankees and their GM Brian Cashman.
The tweet in question was A-Rod updating Yankees fans on his injury recovery process, sending out the news that he was cleared for rehab games.
This contradicted Cashman’s own update on Monday, who said Rodriguez was just “getting closer.”
In response to A-Rod’s tweet today, Cashman had some harsh words in return. Continue reading
The Yankees traded for Angels outfielder Vernon Wells, today. It is a relatively low-risk trade [monetarily] that might allow the Yankees to break even next year.
But the real question is, was it worth it? Continue reading