Tag Archives: Alex Rodriguez

Hot Stove Rumor: Alex Rodriguez believes third base job is his to lose


During the offseason, the Yankees signed Chase Headley to be their everyday third basemen. But as far as Alex Rodriguez is concerned, his job at third base is only his to lose. "Alex's mind is that job's not Headley's, it's Alex's to lose," a source told Newsday. "That's what he thinks. Alex is going into training ...

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Alex Rodriguez is “ready to go”

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The closer we get to Spring Training, the more we're going to hear about Alex Rodriguez, a player who is notorious for having the media circus follow his every move. Rodriguez has seen scrutiny, he's done things that is frowned upon in the baseball world and has lost trust within the fan base and around Major League ...

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Pentland on Beltran, Gregorius, Rodriguez and Teixeira

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Two of the main culprits that didn't hit during the 2014 season were none other than Mark Teixeira and Carlos Beltran, but the both had a contributing factor to their poor offense: health. Not only are Teixeira and Beltran looking for redemption but Alex Rodriguez hasn't seen Major League pitching in two years while Didi ...

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Yankees Hot Stove: Hal Steinbrenner doesn’t rule out signing Scherzer


While attending the Major League Baseball quarterly owners' meeting in Arizona yesterday, Hal Steinbrenner commented on the Yankees bullpen, the return of Alex Rodriguez, their waning interest in signing Max Scherzer (or any other big name free agent) and the rotation. He also chimed in on the progress they have made as a ball club this ...

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Top 10 Yankees under Joe Torre and Joe Girardi ranked by WAR


There are many ways to determine how valuable a player is to a team. You could judge by home runs, RBI's, OBP or slugging percentage. But one of the surefire ways to determine how valuable a player is, is by their WAR (Wins Above Replacement). Of course, WAR isn't perfect and old school baseball analysts ...

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Former Yankee Tanyon Sturtze calls out HOF inductees for PED use


Everyone was excited when Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, Craig Biggio and John Smoltz were elected to enter the baseball Hall of Fame last week but ex-Yankee Tanyon Sturtze had to admit that he had his concerns about the current class heading to Cooperstown. According to Sturtze, he said some of the players that entered the Hall of ...

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Pros and cons in signing Max Scherzer


One of the shiniest toys on the free agent market is Max Scherzer--and although Spring Training begins next month, Scherzer has yet to sign with a team. While it's every Yankees fans dream to have Scherzer in pinstripes, the Yankees aren't interested and have made it a point they're going to stay away from the big ...

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What does the new Yankees infield look like?


When the season began, the Yankees infield was in shambles. There was no Derek Jeter to man shortstop, second base was a huge mystery and the Yankees didn't have a third basemen when Chase Headley went into free agency. The Yankees traded away players, they made moves and now the infield has a different feel ...

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