Alex Rodriguez is now an active player

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It’s the final out of the World Series, so you know what that means: Alex Rodriguez‘s suspension is officially over and he’s slated to return to the Yankees in February. Obviously it’s a long offseason and anything could happen but like Brian Cashman does, you plan  A-Rod will show up to camp ready to win back his third base job. The Yankees have already said they’re not going to automatically slot him into third and there’s a good chance he could see playing time at first, but the point is, A-Rod is back. Yankees fans just hope he’ll bring a productive bat with him.

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4 Responses to Alex Rodriguez is now an active player

  1. tom says:

    I think I see something in Las Vegas about betting on him being batting 9th.

  2. hotdog says:

    I'd be happy with 125 games, 20 hrs and 65 rbi's with a batting average of .270…i don't think he can do much better…

    • Celerino says:

      Those might be goals for Tex to shoot for too.

      • hotdog says:

        i think Tex can do the hrs and rbi's but i'm less sure of his hitting .270…i'd be happy if he hit .250 and was a productive bat…maybe try bunting down the 3rd base side and hitting to the opposite field…i hope a new hitting coach helps him and maybe .270 is possible…have a good one Celerino…

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