Posts Tagged ‘A-Rod’

A-Rod Wins 3rd MVP

November 19, 2007

A-Rod won his third AL MVP award Monday, easily defeating Detroit’s Magglio Ordonez after compiling an astounding season at the plate. Rodriguez received 26 first-place votes and 382 points in balloting by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, while Ordonez had two firsts and 258 points.

Rodriguez won his first MVP in 2003, his last season with the Texas Rangers. He also won with the Yankees in 2005 — but he’s never played in a World Series.

“There’s definitely a huge hole in the resume,” he said. “It’s my third MVP and I’m here to say that I would trade all three for one world championship. I wouldn’t think twice about it.”



Alex Rodriguez Resigns With Yankees

November 16, 2007

Alex Rodriguez and the New York Yankees have agreed to the outline of a record $275 million, 10-year contract, a deal that potentially would allow him to earn millions more if he sets the career home run record.


A-Rod to Red Sox? Might Happen…

October 24, 2007

First Giuliani…now A-Rod. You know New Yorker’s aren’t happy today…via NY Times

“…But perhaps the most intriguing player in the A-Rod sweepstakes would be the Red Sox. One reason is that A-Rod’s agent, Scott Boras, has worked closely with the Red Sox over the past year. He put Daisuke Matsuzaka in Fenway Park and perhaps more significantly, Boras got another client, outfielder J.D. Drew, to opt out of his contract with the Dodgers. Where did he end up? Boston, for five years and $70 million. The road map is there. “