The former Yankees legend is a legend off the field, too.
Hell hath no fury like a Jeets scorned.
America's TV darling A-Rod still has it.
The Yankees finally threw A-Rod a bone and he ate it up.
Rodriguez will never be as beloved as New York Yankees Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera, a fact made clear by Joe Girardi's actions in the last week.
You can't predict baseball, Suzyn.
Three Stages Of Goodbye For A-Rod, Tex, and Ichiro, and Wild Card Wildness: This Particular Week In Baseball
A-Rod leaves, Mark Teixeira sneaks out the side door, Ichiro is somehow Ichiro again, and Mike Trout continues to look like he could be better than any of them.
An emotional Alex Rodriguez announced that he will transition from being a designated hitter for the club, to being a special advisor
Another week, another set of unscientific power rankings. This week, Dave Brown looks at Clayton Kershaw's tumbling strikeout-to-walk ratio, among other things.