Get ready to see even more of Alex Rodriguez on your television. According to the New York Post, A-Rod’s deal with ABC will have him appearing on “Good Morning America,” “World News Tonight” and “Nightline.” It won’t be too often, about once per month, according to The Post, but A-Rod is already working full-time as an MLB analyst for Fox Sports. A-Rod ducked out of baseball early last season, agreeing to retire from the New York Yankees while still collecting the rest of the money due on his contract.
Chris Carelli, SNY.TV Facebook | Twitter | About Me | Archives The opening arguments have been made by both sides of the newly enshrined "The Judge's Chambers," an 18-seat juror's box assembly for fans who show their allegiance to Yankees rookie outfielder Aaron Judge. On the plaintiff's side, the complaint is that despite Judge's MLB-leading 15 home runs (plus one misruled a triple), he's just a rookie and doesn't deserve a fully developed section with his name on it. Those against the enclosed area claim that there is nothing wrong with fans coming to the stadium with their robes, wigs and fake gavels, but the section should have grown organically over time. For those who remember the 1990's
NEW YORK As their frustration mounted inning after inning, the As afternoon seemed destined to end in ugly and disappointing fashion. The As struck out 14 times in a game that included ejections for manager Bob Melvin and second baseman Jed Lowrie, and lots of puzzled looks over the strike zone of home plate umpire Will Little. Lowrie was doing a slow burn throughout all of his at-bats.