Stanton is now 25 years old. At the end of his contract he will be 38. On the “average,” will he be worth $25 million a year?
There is no shortage of reaction to Alex Rodriguez’s situation returning to the Yankees, unless of course you’re waiting to hear from A-Rod himself. That day will come.
Spring training is more than three months from now, and already the spotlight is on Alex Rodriguez. Third base? First base? Designated hitter? The bench?
To get things started today, the Dynamic Radio Duo felt the need to come to the defense of one Joe Girardi.
In an age where accountability and integrity has become ever more important, it has become ever scarcer. And the kids are taking notes.
There is no longer a debate here. We know who Alex Rodriguez was and who he is, and let’s just leave it at that.
Blood is thicker than water. We’re not sure where the pee comes in.
The Daily News’ source also said reports of Rodriguez admitting he used performance-enhancing drugs to the DEA have “nothing to do with his future.”
Attorney Frank Quintero Jr., who represents Lazaro Collazo in his defense against charges of conspiracy to distribute PEDs, told the AP that the Yankees third baseman confessed to steroids use.
After reportedly admitting to PED use and paying big bucks with hopes of covering it up, Rodriguez is the sports talk radio gift that keeps on giving.
Mike Francesa says he’s not “insulted” by Alex Rodriguez allegedly pulling a Pinocchio act on his show nearly one year ago.
Alex Rodriguez insisted publicly that he didn’t take PEDs from Biogenesis. He told the DEA a different story, according to the Miami Herald.
In a new weekly segment, we’ll take a look at who’s hot and who’s not on the NY/NJ sports landscape. With that, here we go.
Once again, the most talented baseball player to systematically destruct his own career has provided us with another juicy tale.
Alex Rodriguez’s suspension is officially over. But the drama is still in full swing.