Alex Rodriguez was present—though not honored, of course—at a fundraiser for the Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis a couple of nights ago. He somehow made standing around and taking pictures with fellow athletes look incredibly awkward.
Alex Rodriguez is 39 years old and likely done being a baseball player forever. So he's gone and done what every American who is preparing to transition into a new line of work does: he signed up for a LinkedIn profile.
A-Rod may just be looking into a different camera, or he may be staring off into the distance, wondering what's become of his life, but either way, he just doesn't feel like smiling. He could also have incredibly serious thoughts on salad.
Alex Rodriguez has hired a new lawyer named Joseph Tacopina, and he's accusing the Yankees of asking the doctor performing Rodriguez's surgery to make sure Rodriguez remained hurt and never played for them again. Tacopina is a lawyer who's made his reputation with outlandish statements, so this accusation doesn't…
Alex Rodriguez socked his first homer of 2013, a solo shot off of Justin Verlander, in today's game. Yankees fans seemed OK with it.
We asked, and once again you delivered. What follows is the best of the photoshop contest submissions we got for this image of A-Rod hitting the town in Florida last week. You jerks never manage to disappoint.
Our tireless quest to track A-Rod as he moped his way around Florida continues.
Don't worry too much about A-Rod, you guys. According to his former third-base coach's wife, he's ready to be saved by God, or something.
The tipster who sent this to us says it was taken about two hours ago at a Starbucks on Howard Avenue in Tampa. Look at A-Rod just sittin' there, right outside by the window. He's checkin' his phone, he's playin' with his ear. It's like he's got all the time in the world.