While Alex Rodriguez was able to conduct a meeting with new baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, the Yankees weren’t in the ‘meeting’ mood and decided to deal with Rodriguez next month.
According to the New York Daily News, Rodriguez offered to meet face to face with the Yankees to apologize for his role in the Biogenesis scandal, but the Yankees nixed the meeting and told him that they would “see him in Spring Training”.
Rodriguez met with Manfred on Wednesday, but Manfred said the main relationship Rodriguez had to work on was his relationship with the Bronx Bombers.
“You’re done here,” A-Rod was told regarding their meetings, according to a source. “You’re a Yankee and you have to work things out now with them.”
However, the Yankees reportedly told the source they would deal with Rodriguez along with every other player when position players report to camp next month.