Guess who is back in the news again?
Cashman described A-Rod’s time in pinstripes in an ESPN exclusive prior to Sunday’s game vs. the Red Sox, “It’s kind of like the Clint Eastwood movie, ‘The Good, The Bad and the Ugly.’ ”
Yesterday, in a press conference about the Yankees new soccer venture, Steinbrenner said this about his highest paid employee’s deal, “It’s a big contract. We all hope he’s going to act like a Yankee and do the best to live up to it.” - New York Times
A-Rod has yet to play one inning in the field or have an at-bat yet this season but that hasn’t stopped the Yankees front office from taking digs at him when possible.
During this past off-season, A-Rod had his second career hip surgery in four years. This time it was on his left hip, unlike when he went under the knife for his right one before 2009.
This latest surgery was preformed back in January, and deemed a successful.
Ever since, A-Rod has been rehabbing like a literal madman seven days a week eyeing a return expected after the All-Star Break.
A-Rod is signed with the Yankees through 2017 and owed $114 million bucks. Continue reading ‘Yankees: If I were Alex Rodriguez I would dance on my dollars’ »