Posts Tagged ‘A-Rod’
Posted in Yankee News, Yankee Players, Yankees Humor, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees Videos, tagged A-Rod, Alex Rodriguez, CNN, Drake, Funny, PEDs, Piers Morgan Tonight, Saturday Night Live, SNL, Steroids on January 20, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Yankee News, Yankee Players, Yankees Media, Yankees Opinion, Yankees: Off the field, tagged A-Rod, Alex Rodriguez, Ban, Bud Selig, Chris Russo, Commissioner, Jim McCarroll, Major League Baseball, Mike Francesa, Milwaukee, MLB, performance-enhancing drugs, Suspension, The Angry Puppy, The Sports Pope, WFAN, YES Network on November 23, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Chris Russo made back page headlines in yesterday’s paper when he called out his former partner, Mike Francesa, for going easy on Alex Rodriguez. Chris Russo admits himself that he’s “buddy buddy” with MLB commissioner Bud Selig, and spoke about how everyone in the business has their own “favorites.” Alex joined Mike in studio along with his lawyer, Jim McCarroll, fielding questions from The Sports Pope.
Alex said he “lost his mind” and “banged a table and kicked a briefcase” out of frustration when he realized that Bud Selig wasn’t coming in from Milwaukee to face him in person. He explained that it shows a lack of courage on the Selig’s behalf for handing out a 211-game suspension for something he didn’t do. Rodriguez said, “I shouldn’t serve one inning.” When asked if he used performance enhancing drugs, A-Rod simply stated, “no.”
What do you guys think? Was Mike giving A-Rod a “soft landing”?
Posted in Nonsense, Yankees Humor, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees Photos, Yankees vs. Red Sox, tagged A-Looser, A-Loser, A-Rod, Alex Rodriguez, Boston Red Sox, ESPN, Fenway Park, Loser, New York Yankees, Red Sox Fans, Sunday Night Baseball on August 18, 2013 | 1 Comment »
According to this intelligent Red Sox fan, A-Rod is a “Looser.” He even went as far to draw eyeballs inside the two o’s. Now, that takes guts.
Posted in Yankee News, Yankee Players, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees Photos, tagged A-Rod, Alex Rodriguez, Major League Baseball, MLB, S.L. Price, SI, Sports Illustrated, The End Is Pain and Pain Is Ugly, The Last Days of A-Rod on August 1, 2013 | 4 Comments »
With all the drama and news surrounding Alex Rodriguez, it doesn’t come to much of a surprise to see him don the latest cover of Sports Illustrated. It’s hard to tune into a television station these days that doesn’t mention his name. Major League Baseball is set to lay the hammer down on A-Rod and make him serve a suspension immediately. Apparently, Alex’s people and MLB are currently in talks to avoid a lifetime ban from the sport.
Posted in Nonsense, Yankees Humor, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees Spring Training, tagged A-Rod, Alex Rodriguez, CC Sabathia, Fastball, Pine Tar, Spring Training, The Late Show with David Letterman, Tommy John, Tommy John Surgery, Tommy Lasorda, Top Ten List on March 4, 2011 | Leave a Comment »
This was the Top Ten List from last night’s Letterman show:
1.) “Why Is Tommy Lasorda Naked?”
2.) “Welcome To The Mets!”
3.) “Run for Your Lives! Sabathia’s Eating Again!”
4.) “You Just Tested Positive For Pine Tar”
5.) “You New Clean-Up Hitter, A-Rod–Adam Rothstein”
6.) “I Could Watch You Squat For Hours”
7.) “This Year, Everyone’s Being Paid In Gum”
8.) “Tickle Party!”
9.) “Instead Of ‘Tommy John Surgery’, I Had ‘Elton John Surgery’ “
10.) “My Fastball Is Up To 43 Miles-Per Hour”
Posted in Yankee Players, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees Opinion, Yankees Outlook, tagged 2017, 600 Home Run Club, 762HR, A-Rod, Alex Rodriguez, All-Time Home Run King, Barry Bonds, New York Yankees on August 24, 2010 | 3 Comments »
Alex Rodriguez has 604 Home Runs. He’s 35 years, 28 days old, and stands 158 home runs away from the all-time home run leader, Barry Bonds (762HR). The thing about Bonds is, as he got older, his home run rate increased tremendously. Bonds played his last game when he was 43 years old, on September 26, 2007.
Alex became the youngest player to ever hit 600 home runs, so he’s at a good pace now. If Alex Rodriguez wants to break the all-time home run record, I don’t see what would be stopping him. Injuries are always a cause for concern, but he’s ahead of the pack. There’s no reason to believe that he would just completely fall off the charts and stop hitting home runs. If he wants to put the years in, he can do it.
Craig Calcaterra makes a few good points:
A-Rod is under contract through 2017. If he stays on his current pace for the rest of the reason, he’d finish with around 26 or 27 homers for 2010, putting him 152 or 153 homers shy of a new home run record.
Thus, Rodriguez would only have to average around 21-22 homers a year between now and the end of his deal to break the record. I find that eminently doable.
What do you guys think? Will he break the record?
Here are some things you should know…
Girardi names his All-Star Game coaches Girardi has tabbed Angels manager Mike Scioscia and Athletics skipper Bob Geren as his coaches for the game, which will be played on July 13 at Angel Stadium. Girardi’s Yankees coaches — pitching coach Dave Eiland, bullpen coach Mike Harkey, first-base coach Mick Kelleher, hitting coach Kevin Long, bench coach Tony Pena and third-base coach Rob Thomson — are all headed to Anaheim as well.
Former Yankees pitcher Hideki Irabu arrested on suspicion of DUI “Former Major League Baseball pitcher Hideki Irabu, a one-time rising star from Japan, was arrested in Gardena for allegedly driving while intoxicated, police said Monday.”
Don’t even think about bringing your iPad to a Yankee game “Actually, they won’t let anyone bring their cool new toy through the gates. I called over to the Yankees’ security department to confirm this story and was told that the ban is true. All iPads fall under the “no laptops” rule in its existing security policy and are not allowed at Yankee Stadium.”
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