A-Rod Ready For 'Strange And Surreal' Setting In Final Game With YankeesThe Yankees announced Sunday that the 41-year-old designated hitter will be released following the game Friday night.
Keidel: End Of The A-Rod Era, Or Error?A-Rod's turbulent time as a New York Yankee, and likely his MLB career, ends tonight. What's this maddening superstar's legacy?
A-Rod Booed In Final Start At Fenway, As Yankees Beat Sox 4-2Alex Rodriguez, batting cleanup in his final road start with the Yankees at Fenway Park, was vigorously booed as he stepped to the plate for the first time in the second inning.
Yankee Fans Say They’ll Remember A-Rod For Drama And PerformanceAlex Rodriguez said that after hanging them up following Friday's game he'd be heading to Miami to be with his family before taking on his new advisory role.
Palladino: Things Just Never Get Dull Around A-RodFor all his faults -- and there are many -- uninteresting has never been part of Alex Rodriguez’s character.
Palladino: A-Rod The Mentor? The Once Unthinkable Is Now PossibleOf all the descriptions Alex Rodriguez has answered to throughout his career, mentor has never really been one of them.
With 2015’s Uncertainty Behind Him, A-Rod Looks To Take Care Of Unfinished Business In New YorkLast year when the Yankees started spring training, there was a great deal of uncertainty surrounding Alex Rodriguez.
Sweeny: Memo To Evan: You're Mistaken On Bird And Yankees, BroEvan Roberts is wrong and here’s why. And let me start by saying that lead is better than what Evan suggested to me in a text, which was “Evan Roberts is an idiot and here’s why.”
Yankees Inch Closer To Clinching Wild Card Spot, Edge White SoxChase Headley and Alex Rodriguez hit consecutive run-scoring doubles off John Danks in the sixth inning, and the ankees beat the Chicago White Sox 2-1 Saturday.
A-Rod, Playing With Bruised Knee, Hits 32nd Homer Of SeasonNew York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez homered in his first at-bat hours after the team learned he was playing with a bruised left knee.
Yankees Blast 3 Homers, Severino Shines In Win Over RaysAlex Rodriguez, Brian McCann and Greg Bird homered in support of Luis Severino in the Yankees' 5-2 win over the Rays on Friday night.
Keidel: Yankees May Not Win East, But Recent History Suggests Wild Card Just As GoodThose who bleed Bronx blue shouldn't panic. If you don't win the division you'll surely snare a wild card spot, and history smiles upon the October underdog.