When the New York Yankees stop paying designated hitter Alex Rodriguez when his contract is up, the team will have paid him more than $317 million.
When the New York Yankees stop paying designated hitter Alex Rodriguez when his contract is up, the team will have paid him more than $317 million. So what could A-Rod buy with all that cash? ...read more
The New York Yankees could release slumping slugger Alex Rodriguez before the end of the season, a source told Peter Botte and Christian Red of the New York Daily News. ...read more
Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez will retire from baseball and take a job with the organization as a special advisor and instructor, the club announced. ...read more
On SI Now, Sports Illustrated contributing writer Jay Jaffe explains why the New York Yankees helped infielder Alex Rodriguez retrieve his 3,000th hit ball. ...read more
Yankees to reportedly withhold HR milestone bonuses from A-Rod. ...read more
SI contributing writer Jay Jaffe looks at how Alex Rodriguez will be remembered by baseball fans. ...read more
Former New York Mets general manager Jim Duquette says it will be tough for the New York Yankees to unload some of their aging players. ...read more