(First in a series of galleries to determine the best dressed male athlete in professional sports.)<br><br>A is for A-Rod, who makes lots of money and spends his fair share on Giorgio Armani. And wears it the way he hits it: Outta the park.
2 of 8Chuck Solomon/SI, Peter Kramer/Getty Images
The captain and face of the Yankees looks great in -- what else? -- pinstripes. With his cohort on the left side of the infield, they're -- who else? -- the Brooks Brothers.
3 of 8Damian Strohmeyer/SI, Michael J. LeBrecht II/1Deuce3 Photography
Clothes make the Manny a Green Monster dandy. The human hitting machine recently blew 'em away in the Red Sox clubhouse with a lights-out light blue suit.
4 of 8John Biever/SI, Yuji Ohsugi/WireImage.com
The Iceman accessorizeth. Big Papi is big on ice. On jewelry. Big on bling. In the accessory department, as in the clutch, no one comes up bigger than Big Papi.
5 of 8John Iacono/SI, AP
Forget DKNY. DuqueNY is always in fashion at Shea Stadium. El Duque isn't as young and flashy as Jose Reyes, afield or in fashion. But the old warhorse is still a clothes horse.
6 of 8Al Tielemans/SI
The high-flying Tiger centerfielder leads the big leagues in triples and the AL Central in high style. His wardrobe, a vast selection of tailor-made suits, is nearly as expansive as his range.
7 of 8John W. McDonough/SI, Ethan Miller/Getty Images
He's had a nightmarish year at the plate, and may have lost a half-step afield. Yet Andruw Jones is no fashion faux pas. He can still pick it -- off the rack and against the wall.
8 of 8Brad Mangin/SI, Michael O'Neill/Corbis Outline
Now an A in Oakland, Mike Piazza is still an A-list clothes horse. Whether the man in black or the casually-dressed catcher, he's still in style.
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