January 31, 2013

A-Rod unlikely to return to Yankees: Daily News

When Tiger Woods got in trouble with his wife and all of his injuries were building up, questions about his future in golf became a hot topic. I boldly predicted he would never win another major. So far I've been right, but judging by his win at Torrey Pines last week I'm not too confident.

But now with this morning's Daily News report that Alex Rodriguez isn't likely to return to the Yankees, the same question with Tiger has arisen. Time for another bold prediction.

Coinciding with the report, I say A-Rod will never put on the Pinstripes again

Now, for some eye-openers from the report:
According to numerous baseball sources, the hip surgery Rodriguez is now recovering from will likely derail his playing career, leaving him in such a diminished role that he may consider a settlement or an outright retirement. He still has five years and $114 million left on his contract.
Whoa. That would save the Yankees a pretty penny. 
“I don’t know why he would want to go through the pain of rehabbing and trying to play up to the caliber of player he was, and come back to a game where nobody wants him,” said a baseball official.
This source is right about A-Rod being unwanted, but for $114 million and potentially even more with incentives...

Now, check out bwin if you're into baseball betting,  the question is in your court. Will A-Rod ever return to the Yankees? 

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