Alex Rodriguez RUMORS & NEWS

  • Ex-Yankee Alex Rodriguez is getting more face time on ESPN

    Newark Star-Ledger "If you feel like you are seeing a lot of ex-Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez these days, you're not alone. Fresh off his stint as a studio analyst for the 2017 MLB playoffs on FOX, Rodriguez has more visibility this year calling Sunday Night..." May 15

  • Alex Rodriguez Mentions Jessica Mendoza As Possible Female GM

    Real GM Baseball "Alex Rodriguez had some very kinds words for ESPN broadcast partner Jessica Mendoza during a conversation Kevin O'Leary at the Milken Institute Globe Conference. "First of all, I'm a huge Jessica Mendoza fan," Rodriguez said. "I asked her, 'Would you want to be the first female general..." May 07

  • A-Rod’s nephew abducted in Lamborghini sale gone bad

    New York Post "Alex Rodriguez’s nephew was kidnapped and held for ransom in a Midtown hotel Wednesday night when a deal over a $600,000 Lamborghini went south, police sources told The Post. The retired slugger’s nephew, Norberto Susini, 29, plays minor-league ball, but his side hustle is slinging high-priced..." April 19

  • A-Rod asked to cut child support confirms father of ex-wife Cynthia

    New York Daily News "John Scurtis, father to Alex Rodriguez's ex-wife Cynthia and the family patriarch, says the scandal-stained former Yankee slugger has tried to reduce his child support payments for the couple's two daughters, Natasha and Ella, confirming a Daily News report from last week. "My daughter Cynthia..." April 17

  • A-Rod rips report claiming he threatened to cut child-support payments

    Page Six "Alex Rodriguez is hitting back against a report that he threatened to cut child-support payments, calling it “false” and “highly offensive.” The Daily News report claims that A-Rod has told ex-wife Cynthia that he’ll slash support payments for daughters Natasha and Ella over a legal dispute..." April 12

  • ‘Are you kidding me?’ Ex-Mets execs chime in on A-Rod claim

    New York Post "Alex Rodriguez took his trip to Fantasyland during Sunday night’s ESPN broadcast, but reality called a day later. Rodriguez said he wished he had followed his heart before the 2001 season and signed with the Mets, instead of accepting a historic $252 million deal with the Rangers. The All-Star..." April 10

  • A-Rod: I regret not signing with the Mets

    New York Post "Alex Rodriguez, New York Met? On the call for ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball,” Rodriguez said that if he could do it all over again, he would have signed with the Mets during the 2000-01 offseason. “I thought I would make great concessions to go play for the Mets,” Rodriguez said on the..." April 09

  • Alex Rodriguez ‘would not bet against’ Derek Jeter rebuilding Marlins

    Sportress of Blogitude "Alex Rodriguez believes Derek Jeter can turn the Miami Marlins into a winner despite how his former New York Yankees teammate got off to a tumultuous and uninspiring start running the organization. Jeter assumed control of the Marlins as co-owner this past offseason and holds the title of CEO..." April 05

  • Alex Rodriguez says working for both Yankees and ESPN won’t be a conflict

    New York Daily News "Despite his side gig as a Yankees special advisor, new ESPN Sunday Night Baseball analyst Alex Rodriguez said he will remain fair and balanced -- and is available to Hal Steinbrenner “24/7.” A-Rod also referred to the Yankees’ young players as “our” before catching himself in his attempt to..." March 22

  • A-Rod on Yankees’ biggest challenge in return to ‘Goliath’

    New York Post "Alex Rodriguez watched the Yankees from afar last season, his first year of retirement and liked what he saw. And while he is impressed by their acquisition of Giancarlo Stanton, the former slugger knows there’s no guarantee they will have the same success they did in 2017. “They created an..." January 26

  • Sources: Alex Rodriguez to work with both ESPN and Fox

    Sporting News "ESPN is expected to announce a deal, possibly as early as today, for Alex Rodriguez of Fox Sports to join the cast of "Sunday Night Baseball," sources tell Sporting News. During the regular season, A-Rod would work "Sunday Night Baseball" with Jessica Mendoza, Buster Olney and a new..." January 23