Speaking of A-Rod…

August 26th, 2006 → 11:56 pm @ // No Comments

“He’s never had to lead. He can just go and play and have fun. He hits second – that’s totally different than third or fourth in a lineup.”
— Alex Rodriguez, Esquire, April 2001

It really is, isn’t it?

New York Yankees starting lineup, August 26, 2006

1. Damon, CF
2. Rodriguez, 3B
3. Jeter, SS
4. Abreu, RF
5. Giambi, 1B
6. Cano, 2B
7. Williams, DH
8. Cabrera, LF
9. Fasano, C

Post Categories: A-Rod & Derek Jeter

One Comment → “Speaking of A-Rod…”

  1. Petrocelli

    17 years ago

    Hubris, for the man who exemplifies the Yankees.
    A-Rod has the worst record in baseball for scoring men from third with less than two outs.

    Is the unmentioned danger of the Yankers winning — anything — with A-Rod’s dimsal output that it would threaten to Reverse the Curse of the A-Rod, freeing him to slay us for the next ten years?


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