Are the Yankees done with Alex Rodriguez?
At his age, no steroids, no production, he's done.
Yes, A-Rod is done. The Miami Marlins loom. A-Rod's contract is a joke though so it will be hard to move him.
I don't think he'll ever play again. I see a reality show in his future.
The Yankees undoubtedly would like to be rid of him at this point in time. But, they are probably stuck with him for the next five years.
I am betting the New York Yankees' lawyers are eventually going find a loophole to void that contract...there was a news release that they're looking into a 'morale clause' which could void contract
I feel the Yankees are done with him, but he will find a home somewhere. It could be in Miami, or maybe Cleveland. He may not be an intentional cheat, because I don't know if he is smart enough to do this on his own. Something about him strikes me as a person who is easily manipulated by others. The bottom line is: if someone gave Manny another chance, they might give A-Rod a chance. I just don't think it will be the Yankees.
I don't know if he will play again. Some guys keep getting more chances. I don't know if he is one of those guys.
Oh yeah, he was done with the yanks when they benched him in the nlds. But i'm sure the Rangers fans will be glad to see him back in Texas this year because he's headed back to the rehab Rangers!
I don't know if Texas Ranger management can explain to the their fans not being able to pay Josh Hamilton,but...are able to find the money to pay Alex Rodriguez?
Probably not. He isn't a good guy, and isn't worth anywhere close to what he is making.
I thought of a name for A-Rod's reality show. "Confessions of a Steroid and Stripper Addict." Dr. Phil and Oprah both make guest appearances. There are three judges who vote on whether A-Rod is telling the truth: Lance Armstrong, Lindsay Lohan, and Bill Clinton.
This whole Alex Rodriguez's thing is fascinating to me...he has been basically exposed as a fraud & if he doesn't play this upcoming season or does play again...he will be view as a thief and a crook as well...wow!...this hall fame career's done!
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